Tuesday, October 9, 2012

POLLS: Romney Takes Lead in Colorado and Ohio

Here are the latest polls from the battleground states:

Colorado: Romney 50%, Obama 46% (American Research Group)

North Carolina: Romney 50%, Obama 41% (Gravis)

Ohio: Romney 48%, Obama 47% (American Research Group)

Ohio: Obama 45%, Romney 44% (SurveyUSA)

Pennsylvania: Obama 43%, Romney 40% (Siena)


  1. It has to be kept neck & neck in the 11th hour so that the Diebold machines can easily pick the winner with a small statistical adjustment (which will be tabulated by some people in Spain since Americans can't count their own votes). Also, the TV hairdos need a neck & neck to keep the morons (voters) glued to the commercials for several weeks. They will also boost the underdog and rip the leader to maintain the excitement of a neck & neck so the candidates will buy additional TV time in hopes of pulling ahead.

    There is no hope. Morons voting for misanthropes.

  2. Polls are nuts this election.
    Another news story has Suffolk polling leaving FL, NC and VA because...in their opinion Romney is so far ahead that it is over for those three. OMG.

  3. I spent some time in Durham, NC this past weekend, and I paid attention to how many signs for Obama were out on display. I saw a few, but nothing close to what I expected. Durham is as liberal as a place can get, and I got a sense of pure apathy. I saw about as many Romney signs as I did Obama.