Pew Research Poll Tie: Finds Romney Trend A Bit Too Soft, And Why?!?

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    So added into the mix of national polls is the absolutely tied result in the latest Pew reporting: Romney and Obama both at only 47% in a tie!

    http://www.people-press.org/files/legacy-pdf/10-29-12 FINAL Political Release.pdf

    Beyond the tie, which is fairly soft Romney momentum, is further the following:

    "About six-in-ten, 61% agree that Romney "is promising more than he can deliver," while 53% say it's really har do know what Romney stands for!"

    The is actually the Obama Campaign message, being played out: And in greater percentage numbers.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
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    Did they bother to mention what it means for an Incumbent to be at 47% 8 days before the election?

    Let me tell you what happens to incumbents who can't crack 50% and are hanging around 47% this close to the Election. They lose.
     
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    Gallup, Once Upon A Time, (And in A Bird Cage):

    Dewey 49.5%
    Truman 44.5%

    There is not much history of successful incumbent presidential polling from which to generalize the impact of pre-election poll results.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Great Eagle easily spot even tiniest of. . . .Great Chicken Hawk spot even tiniest of . . . .Maybe Great Squirrel just store more nutcakes and berries(?)!)
     

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