Message from discussion Obama and Romney tied, but majority of voters say neither has plan to fix the economy
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From: MattB <trdell1...@Nomorespamgmail.com>
Subject: Re: Obama and Romney tied, but majority of voters say neither has plan to fix the economy
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2012 19:00:54 -0700
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On Wed, 25 Apr 2012 18:11:50 -0700 (PDT), Matt
>On Apr 25, 7:07 pm, MattB. <trdell1...@gmail.com.......> wrote:
>> Obama and Romney tied, but majority of voters say neither has plan to
>> fix the economy
>> The race between Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney is
>> dead even in a new Fox News poll that also shows majorities of
>> American voters say neither candidate has a plan for fixing the
>> The national poll, released Wednesday, finds President Obama and
>> presumptive Republican nominee Romney each at 46 percent, if the
>> election were held today.
>I like realclearpolitics.com, they present all of the polls, including
>Rasmussen, and give you a pretty good idea of where everything stands.
>also post intrade odds.
>So, the overall numbers are:
>That means, for all polls averaged, President Obama is about 3.5
>People don't seem to give a lot for Romeny's chances.
Gallop shows Obama 49 and Romney 43%. Romney going up a point this
I still think the Independents will pick this election.
Polls show Obama with a slight lead or ties for the most part.
Independents and Moderates will pick the next President.
Let the mud slinging commence.
>> Independents give the advantage to Romney by 13 points. Two weeks ago
>> he had a six-point edge with independents, while in March independents
>> split evenly between the candidates.