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Rasmussen Tracking: Obama: 46, Romney: 46

Aura Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 8:04 PM
I think I explained rather clearly why Rasmussen is not considered a major reliable poll by pollsters: his methods are old, and don't reflect today's lifestyles, such as the exclusive use of cell phones by young people (people who vote, by the way). If you poll the way he does, you capture an unusually high number of Republicans: old people, people who are home a lot, people who still use land lines as their primary or only phone.

Remember when liberals brashly claimed that the so-called “secret video" would prove to be the coup de grace that ended Mitt Romney’s political career? Good times. The fact is, though, the former Massachusetts governor (to borrow a line from the president) is actually “doing [just] fine”:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Saturday shows President Obama and Mitt Romney each attracting support from 46% of voters nationwide. Three percent (3%) prefer some other...