Discussion in 'Politics' started by Conservative, Aug 14, 2012.
The Ryan Bump: New Zogby Poll Shows Huge Boost for Romney in Swing States « Nice Deb
Don't tell candycorn
he's too high to understand the situation.
These things always give a bump. It is usually transitory. Don't get into a sweat.
What are the stats behind the polls?
He? With a name like candycorn.
OH poll just out on Raz......
Romney and the O now tied 45-45. It's been a slow slide down for the O for over 2 weeks now.
That outta' make the O go into diaper-change mode.
Clicking on at least one link in the link, is as follows:
"Mitt Romneys campaign has gotten a decisive bump upwards with the selection of Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate, a new poll by JZ Analytics reveals.
The poll the first survey conducted after Romney announced Ryan as his vice presidential choice shows the Romney/Ryan ticket tied with Obama/Biden at 46 percent.
But a JZ Analytics poll from a few weeks ago had Obama leading Romney by 5 percentage points, and most major polls also had Obama comfortably in the lead before the Ryan selection."
There are two polls, and one a few weeks ago. One comes after one full-weekend of Romney/Ryan dominant news coverage.
"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Many in Great-Plains-Now-Devoid-Of-Buffalo were ready for a corn harvest, only a few weeks ago(?)! Now maybe not much on the news!)
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