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Romney 47% Obama 44%

yepyepyep Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 4:45 AM
I admire Rasmussen because, aside from being 4-5 points skewed towards the Republicans on every poll, it's pretty accurate. Very informative article and thanks for the posting.
annfan_777 Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 4:57 AM
Projection - most polls are skewed for the Democrats, about 9 or 10%.
Lars795 Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 6:13 AM
Well when the first question is "Are you a Democrat or a Republican?", and if they say Republican they say "Thnk you" and walk away.

Following last week’s GOP Convention, Mitt Romney has seen a bump in his polling numbers. Just one day after the convention ended, Rasmussen found that Governor Romney now leads President Obama. Romney now garners 47% of the vote compared to Obama’s 44%. This is an expected modest bounce, but there could be an even larger bounce because of much of this data was collected before Romney’s speech on Thursday night.

These numbers are quite an improvement compared to where Mr. Romney was before the convention started. On Monday Romney stood two points behind President Obama. Although this is a...

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