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Oh My: Romney Takes the Lead in Florida, Ohio, Virginia

justme16 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 12:29 PM
The polls are skewed and slanted. The problem with polls is who is doing the polling. Anyone can structure a series of questions and a manner that will basically garner the outcome the pollseter wants. In the case of MOST of the recent polls the pollsters have been taking an unbalanced sampling of "likely voters" "registered voters" etc and the tilt is that they are polling more registered democrats than order to get the SLANT they want. Do this often enough over and over and it typically sways the gullible American public. The press especially the liberal press is "in the tank" for Obama and this is one of the ways they try to control electiongs and even who is running. They picked the players in the last election

Let's start your Thursday off right with a flurry of new polling data.  First, the national numbers.  Rasmussen's daily tracker shows Governor Romney leading President Obama by four points among likely voters:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Wednesday shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 47% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns the vote from 43%.

Rasmussen also has fresh data out of Ohio showing both the presidential and the