Watching The Registered Voter Gallup Poll Swing Starting Back To Obama!

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    Anyone has to notice that the Gallup likely voter analysis shows a seven-point lead Romney advantage.

    The Registered voter tracking, however, shows the October Romney-surge stalling and maybe in heading in the oppositon direction.

    Gallup Presidential Election Trial Heat Results: Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney

    Obama poll support declined for two weeks. Now it is. . . .actually it looks. . .kinky(?)!

    There is a lot more to polling analysis than meets the numbers that get crunched in the visuals(?)!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (White Eyes Not Famous For Many Scalps! Great Half-Wit Father In Washington Not Famous for Numbers Crunching With Squirming Critters in Binders(?)! Party of Abraham Lincoln Maybe better looking better only when really cast in Iron(?)(?). . .Maybe With a Bra On It!)
     
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    Likely voters are the polls that are proven accurate in the end, if any are.
     
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    what are you smoking?

    Oct 4-10, was Obama 48, Romney 46
    Oct 11-17, is Romney 48, Obama 47
     
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    Let them think what they want. romney is only surging in the south and so that is pushing these polls. Who cares if every tea party southern idiot votes for him and gives him the popular vote who cares.
     
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    Why don't you two get a room so the adults here can talk. :tongue: If nothing else you need the rest since there isn't a ounce of common sense between the two of you.
     
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    The 22% Southern Advantage would probably not be said a "Bradley Effect," wherein the Black Mayor of Los Angeles polled as a likely winner, and did not win.

    Before the debate, the down-slope of the anti-Obama trend was not being broken. Then almost as many people tuned in for debate two, as for debate one. And then he actually showed up for work(?). . .or whatever it is they do on those stages(?)! There is no pre-debate polling on just what motivated the giant second debate audience.

    There is intense interest shown in those kinds of audience numbers , and probably including curiosity about the whether or not the black fellow was really, in fact, actually that. . . .disengaged. The Suggestion was often made to Rev. Jesse Jackson(?), that he might actually do well to go out and get a job(?). That was a liberal opinion.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    ("Nobody Loves Me! Everybody Hates Me! Guess I'll Grab Some Female Binders! Long, Slim Slimy Ones, Short, Fat Juicy, Ones, Itsy Bitsy, Squirming Little Groping. . .well(?)!"
     

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