Monday, July 2, 2012

Rasmussen Daily Presidential Tracking Poll: Obama's lead didn't last very long

Head-To-Head: (Previous results from July 1)

Mitt Romney 45% (44%)
Barack Obama 45% (46%)
A survey of 1,500 likely voters was conducted June 28-30, 2012. The MOE is +/-3%.
The full story is HERE.

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According to the pollsters & pundits, the 10% of voters who are "undecided" are by and large disinterested, low information voters who aren't chomping at the bit to re-elect Obama, but don't yet know enough about Romney to give him a thumbs up or thumbs down.

Historically, the vast majority of these undecided voters end up voting for the challenger(Romney), not the incumbent(Obama).

The logic being that if they haven't been sold on the incumbent after 3-plus years of his presidency, they're not gonna be sold on him during the remaining 4 months before election day.

All Romney has to do to win these undecided voters over is convince them that he is a plausible alternative to Obama.

That, my friends, is a slam dunk.

Anonymous said...

Newark-I agree. Someone I read had a good point that those voter's who voted for McCain will vote for Romney and those voter's for Obama will not necessarily vote for Obama. Take into account the healthcare ruling and I think there will be a huge turnout in favor of Romney....that might actually off set Obama's large lead in the polls among hispanics.