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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentElections · 8 years ago

who is leading ohio right now obama romney?

real clear politics says obama

Update:

thnx foot

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  • 8 years ago
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    Latest polls in Ohio and other battleground states:

    Ohio: Romney vs. Obama

    CNN/Opinion Research

    Obama 50, Romney 46

    Obama +4

    Ohio: Romney vs. Obama

    ARG

    Obama 49, Romney 47

    Obama +2

    Ohio: Romney vs. Obama

    Purple Strategies

    Obama 46, Romney 44

    Obama +2

    Ohio: Romney vs. Obama

    Time

    Obama 49, Romney 44

    Ohio: Romney vs. Obama

    SurveyUSA

    Obama 47, Romney 44

    Obama +3

    Obama +5

    General Election: Romney vs. Obama

    IBD/TIPP

    Romney 45, Obama 47

    Obama + 2

    Iowa: Romney vs. Obama

    Gravis Marketing

    Obama 50, Romney 46

    Obama +4

    New Hampshire: Romney vs. Obama

    New England College

    Obama 49, Romney 46

    Obama +3

    Nevada: Romney vs. Obama

    Gravis Marketing

    Obama 50, Romney 49

    Obama +1

    Colorado: Romney vs. Obama

    PPP (D)

    Obama 51, Romney 47

    Obama +4

    Colorado: Romney vs. Obama

    Purple Strategies

    Obama 47, Romney 46

    Obama +1

    Florida: Romney vs. Obama

    Rasmussen Reports

    Romney 50, Obama 48

    Romney +2

    North Carolina: Romney vs. Obama

    Civitas (R)

    Romney 48, Obama 47

    Romney +1

    October 27

    Virginia: Romney vs. Obama

    Washington Post

    Romney 47, Obama 51

    Obama +4

    Pennsylvania: Romney vs. Obama

    Philadelphia Inquirer

    Obama 49, Romney 43

    Obama +6

    Minnesota: Romney vs. Obama

    St. Cloud State U.

    Obama 53, Romney 45

    Obama +8

    They call Michigan a battleground state, but Romney is not even campaigning there. He knows that when he wanted to ruin the Auto Industry in America, he didn’t stand a chance in Michigan.

    The latest polls in Michigan go back a few weeks =

    Obama +6

    Rasmussen Reports

    10/11 - 10/11 500 LV 4.5 52 45 Obama +7

    LE&A/Denno Research

    10/9 - 10/10 600 LV 4.0 44 41 Obama +3

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/1…

    "Obama leads Romney by 59 percent to 31 percent among early voters, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling data compiled in recent weeks."

    http://www.dallasnews.com/news/politics/…

    "Republicans seem to be faring better in the early-voting process than they did in 2008, but they still trail Democrats."

    Nevada: Polls and the party breakdown suggest that Barack Obama leads early voting statewide by about 8 percentage points.

    Iowa: Republicans chip steadily away at the Democrats’ big lead in early voting. The spread was once 60 percent Democratic to 22 percent Republican, but it’s now 45 percent Democratic and 32 percent GOP.

    Ohio: Some polls show a big advantage for Obama in the early vote. The president led by 30 points in a Time poll last week, and a CNN poll Friday showed him winning by 21 points among early voters. Despite that apparent edge, many polls show a very close race, ranging from a tie to a 5-point Obama lead.

    Florida: Democrats have taken a slight lead since in-person early voting began Saturday. While Republicans lead by 63,000 votes on absentee ballots, Democrats lead by 73,000 on in-person early voting.

  • 5 years ago

    Dig into the guts of these polls. Look at their samples. Every one of these polls that show Obama winning are weighting these polls and over sampling Democrats a lot more than Republicans. If you look at the National Polling, because it's easiest to compare, in 2008, Dems were registered about 7% more and outvoted Republicans by 7%. And that made sense given the hope and optimism Obama was creating, and that he was much more positive. Today, every source I can find says Republicans are now registered evenly with Dems. Furthermore, everything I can find shows Republicans as enthusiastic or even more enthusiastic about voting than Democrats. Simply put, the partisan turnout will be close to even this year. Yet all those national polls that show Obama leading show Dems represented by 2008 levels. And the same thing is evident in Ohio and Florida polls.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Obama

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    From all the different media sources I have been listening to (and trying to gauge their angles) it has been real tight with Obama leading by a few points. However, I have heard and that a few undecideds are majority Romney. That was as of Sunday...so with Hurricane Sandy anything goes.

    Source(s): Media
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    8 years ago

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