Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Cnn/ORC Poll: Romney leading Obama by 8 points in Battleground States

Thursday's landmark Supreme Court decision upholding the country's health care law appears to have had exactly zero impact on the presidential election so far, and has produced virtually no change in opinions on President Barack Obama or Republican challenger Mitt Romney, according to a new national poll.

And while the CNN/ORC International survey released Monday indicates the president with a very slight three point edge over Romney among registered voters nationwide, the presumptive GOP nominee appears to hold an eight point advantage among voters who live in the 15 states considered in play in the race for the White House.
States included in the poll were: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.


Mitt Romney 51%
Barack Obama 43%
A Survey of 534 registered voters was conducted June 28 - July 1, 2012. The MOE is +/-4%
The full story is HERE.
The data can be viewed HERE.

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cimbri said...

I noticed they kind of buried the information in another story.

Anonymous said...

Oh this explains why the Cook report told us not to look at the Electoral College! I guess he hoped we wouldn't notice this.

Thanks for noticing.

Anonymous said...

It's probably higher since it's registered voters and not likely voters.

Anonymous said...

Let's go Mitt let's win this thing. - David

Anonymous said...

This poll added the states of MO,IN and AZ to the list of battleground states in the NBC Wall street Journal poll. The Wallstreet journal poll has Obama ahead by 8 points. Bottom line the race is very close and Romney needs to get more aggressive against Obama's Bain attacks and the ObamaTax.

Anonymous said...

I didn't see any of the networks mentioning this other than CNN last night.