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Gallup: Obama's Early Vote Advantage Collapses 22-Points Over 2008
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http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/...-advantage

by John Nolte
My pal Guy Benson found a juicy nugget that helps to bring more clarity to the news from Gallup yesterday that shows Romney leading Obama in the early vote by a full seven points, 52-45%. Almost exactly four years ago (October 28, 2008), according to Gallup, Obama was massacring John McCain among early voters with a fifteen-point lead, 55-40%. That means, at least according to Gallup, that Obama's early vote advantage has dropped 22 points when compared to '08. ......
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You heard it here first...Romney landslide.Big Grin
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Not to rain on anyone's parade but has anyone contemplated that it could be a move by certain parties to get more Romney voters to stay at home. Some people, not those on this board for the most part, would look at those numbers and say, "It looks like he's in so I don't really need to hit the polls."
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Rasmussen has Romney up 49%-47% over Obama.

billamj;33019 Wrote:Not to rain on anyone's parade but has anyone contemplated that it could be a move by certain parties to get more Romney voters to stay at home. Some people, not those on this board for the most part, would look at those numbers and say, "It looks like he's in so I don't really need to hit the polls."

People who are going to vote will vote. I don't see a whole lot of people who would vote staying home because of something like that. And remember, most of the polls are of likely voters. Not just registered voters.
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Warpt762x39;33020 Wrote:Rasmussen has Romney up 49%-47% over Obama.

billamj;33019 Wrote:Not to rain on anyone's parade but has anyone contemplated that it could be a move by certain parties to get more Romney voters to stay at home. Some people, not those on this board for the most part, would look at those numbers and say, "It looks like he's in so I don't really need to hit the polls."

People who are going to vote will vote. I don't see a whole lot of people who would vote staying home because of something like that. And remember, most of the polls are of likely voters. Not just registered voters.

I hope that you're right but I have seen people do stupid shit like that before.
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The "supervoters" will always vote, rain or shine.

In 2008, we saw a huge turnout for the sake of novelty.

This time, like in 2010, you will see massive turnout by a VERY committed electorate who is voting mostly against someone, rather than for someone.

The big issue will be storm damage on the east coast. If Philly still has nasty weather conditions, the low-to-moderate motivated people won't go vote. That would create a huge swing in favor of Romney.
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Paradigm;33025 Wrote:The "supervoters" will always vote, rain or shine.

In 2008, we saw a huge turnout for the sake of novelty.

This time, like in 2010, you will see massive turnout by a VERY committed electorate who is voting mostly against someone, rather than for someone.

The big issue will be storm damage on the east coast. If Philly still has nasty weather conditions, the low-to-moderate motivated people won't go vote. That would create a huge swing in favor of Romney.

As long as it is their choice and they have a fair chance to vote, I'll take anything I can - including their apathy and laziness - to get O out...
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Today's Gallup numbers:

REGISTERED VOTERS
Obama48%-
Romney48%+1

7-day rolling average

LIKELY VOTERS
Romney51%+1
Obama46%
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Valorius;33339 Wrote:Today's Gallup numbers:

REGISTERED VOTERS
Obama48%-
Romney48%+1

7-day rolling average

LIKELY VOTERS
Romney51%+1
Obama46%

LOL....They spent 3 days massaging those numbers.

We all know that Gallup caved into Axelrodder and changed their polling methods when he said he didn't like their results........... right???????????
In fact they (Axeman and Eric) sued.

http://beforeitsnews.com/politics/2012/0...54368.html
"I wanted to alert you to this investigative piece in The Daily Caller that shows a possible correlation between a Justice Department lawsuit against Gallup and the failure of Gallup to come up with poll numbers satisfactory to the White House.

From the piece:

Internal emails between senior officials at The Gallup Organization, obtained by The Daily Caller, show senior Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod attempting to subtly intimidate the respected polling firm when its numbers were unfavorable to the president.

After Gallup declined to change its polling methodology, Obama’s Department of Justice hit it with an unrelated lawsuit that appears damning on its face.

Axelrod in April tweeted that there were methodological problems with a Gallup poll giving Gov. Mitt Romney a five point edge over President Obama. The White House has long been concerned that, in its view, Gallup tilts against Obama.

Around the time of Axelrod’s tweet, in an archetypal Obama White House intimidation tactic, the White House asked a Gallup official to come over and “explain” the firm’s methodology.

A third senior Gallup official said he thought Axelrod’s pressure “sounds a little like a Godfather situation.”

“Imagine Axel[rod] with Brando’s voice: ‘[Name redacted], I’d like you to come over and explain your methodology…You got a nice poll there….would be a shame if anything happened to it…’”

It's also now 26 points.
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