Gallup Daily: McCain gains in all three Gallup polls.

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    Just think if we had a fair media in this country... McCain would be winning every state... Left Wing Media... Just another hurdle Republicans have to jump...
     
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    meanwhile back at the reality ranch"

    From Chuck Todd, Mark Murray, Domenico Montanaro, and Carrie Dann
    *** Swing states swinging to Obama: Most of the national polls -- including our NBC/WSJ survey -- are now showing Obama with a double-digit national lead. And here come a slew of brand-new state polls that also suggest Obama is in command of this presidential contest. The University of Wisconsin’s Big Ten Battleground polls have Obama up 10 points in Indiana (51%-41%), 13 points in Iowa (52%-39%), 22 in Michigan (58%-36%), 19 in Minnesota (57%-38%), 12 in Ohio (53%-41%), 11 in Pennsylvania (52%-41%), 13 in Wisconsin (53%-40%), and nearly 30 in Obama’s home state of Illinois (61%-32%). Meanwhile, there are new Quinnipiac surveys that show Obama up five points in Florida (49%-44%), 14 in Ohio (52%-38%), and 13 in Pennsylvania (53%-40%). And finally, new CNN/Time surveys find Obama ahead by five points among likely voters in Nevada (51%-46%), four points in North Carolina (51%-47%), four in Ohio (50%-46%), and 10 points in Virginia (54%-44%). The lone state survey that shows McCain ahead: CNN/Time’s West Virginia poll, where McCain’s nine (53%-44%).

    First thoughts: Double digits - First Read - msnbc.com
     
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    Paperboy! Whoo hoo!!
     
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    Come on, David, there's must be something wrong with this poll too.
     
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    It's a limited poll.. there is something inherently wrong with all of them
     
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    Republicans pussies complaining about the "left wing media."

    Ha!

    Like FoxNews and Rush Limbaugh?
     
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    No, In think 4 and 6 are much safer, more realistic numbers. Gallup isn't the most accurate poll, but somewhere in the mid-single digits is where I see Obama right now. I can't get Pew out of my head because they're highly accurate as well, but to show Obama at 14 points is... well, it's interesting. I take it for entertainment purposes only.

    In my mind, Obama is 6 points ahead. AP/TIPP is completely off base. Rasmussen is the most accurate and he has Obama at 7.
     
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