Friday, April 6, 2012

Rasmussen Daily Presidential Tracking Poll: Romney beating Obama, Obama beating Santorum


Mitt Romney 47% (+2)
Barack Obama 45%

Barack Obama 46%
Rick Santorum 44%  (-2)
A survey of 1,500 likely voters was conducted April 2-4, 2012. The margin of error is +/-3%.
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GO AWAY Rick! said...

Can you imagine Mitt's numbers if he wasn't be bashed daily by the other Republican candidates?

Anonymous said...

I think this daily poll is very amusing. Romney's apparently getting hammered in the swing states at tyhe momment; we see it every day on the (albiet left wing)news. Add to that the wide gap between womwn and hispanics. However, on this site, the 'daily tracking poll' merrily shows Romney beating Obama all the time. The polling team must select 1,500 Romney fans every day (and like 1,500 people is a good representation of the country? lol). THis poll is ridiculous. Look at the key states data, Romney's down by a lot, unfortunately. Even your Nevada strategy post shows the widening gap. Why on earth thi non-reality poll keeps popping up each day is beyond me.

Robb F said...

Rasmussen is one of the very few who surveys likely voters, not just registered. The result is a more expensive but more accurate poll. Therefore the Rasmussen numbers are much closer to reality than the battle ground polls we've seen in the last week.

Anonymous said...

Wait, we're taking the word of liberal media in Obama's back pocket on how people in swing states feel? Am I missing something?

Anonymous said...

I don't know why the Media and Dems talk all the time about Hispanic voters and Mitt. We will vote for Mitt, but nobody call me to ask me, it is a Media thing, we will vote for Mitt, you saw it in Puerto Rico, Florida, etc