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NYT/CBS Poll: Romney Takes the Lead, Brutal Internals for Obama

Myer2 Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 11:55 PM
So dont worry. RR will win in a landslide. But if you actually looked at the numbers you would see that Romney's favorable/unfavorable numbers are 44/45 and obama's are 51/43. BTW how many candidates won election and lost their home state? 2 Wilson and Polk. Romney wont win his home state or the state he grew up in. If you wake up in November with Obama reelected will you shut up? Or will you all work hard to make sure that Obama is only a two term president?
Rochesternative Wrote: Sep 29, 2012 4:23 PM
"Only a two term president" Unless Obama rewrites the Constitution (which is entirely possible mind you) he can only HAVE 2 terms.
David1334 Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 8:46 AM
CONSTITUTION? We don't need no stinkin' Constitution! We'll just appoint Beverly Perdue to chair the Federal Elections Commission, suspend elections indefinitely, and appoint me President for life!

The top line is only 47 percent for Romney compared to 46 percent for Obama, but that's among registered -- not likely -- voters with a D/R/I sample breakdown of 33/26/41 (D+6.5).  Here are the basics, then it's all downhill from there for The One:
 

Forty-seven percent of registered voters nationwide who lean towards a candidate back Romney, while 46 percent support the president. Four percent are undecided. The one percentage point difference is within the survey's three point margin of error. Romney leads by eight points among men; the president leads by five points...