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Breaking: Romney ahead of Obama in Pennsylvania by Four

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Romney ahead of Obama in Pennsylvania by Four - Erie County Pennsylvania Republican Party

Romney ahead of Obama in Pennsylvania by Four Posted on November 2, 2012 by eriecogop

Susquehanna Polling and Research results for Pennsylvania released today shows Mitt Romney leading President Obama 49% to 45% among 1376 likely voters. Two percent are undecided and 3% are for other candidates.

In the same sample Republican Tom Smith leads Senator Casey by two percentage points in the race for the United States Senate seat from Pennsylvania. Smith is at 48% to Casey’s 46% according to this poll.

Diana Irey Vaughan (R) is tied with McCord at 45% each, David Freed(R) trails Kane by 45% to 47% and Maher(R) leads DePasuale 45% to 44%.

This poll shows the highly competitive nature of all statewide races where there are no highly favored candidates and it also reveals that Pennsylvania is definitely in play for both the presidential and senatorial races which will determine control of the direction of this nation between two differing visions on energy independence, education, international trade, balancing the budget and support for small businesses.
 

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Romney ahead of Obama in Pennsylvania by Four - Erie County Pennsylvania Republican Party

Romney ahead of Obama in Pennsylvania by Four Posted on November 2, 2012 by eriecogop

Susquehanna Polling and Research results for Pennsylvania released today shows Mitt Romney leading President Obama 49% to 45% among 1376 likely voters. Two percent are undecided and 3% are for other candidates.

In the same sample Republican Tom Smith leads Senator Casey by two percentage points in the race for the United States Senate seat from Pennsylvania. Smith is at 48% to Casey’s 46% according to this poll.

Diana Irey Vaughan (R) is tied with McCord at 45% each, David Freed(R) trails Kane by 45% to 47% and Maher(R) leads DePasuale 45% to 44%.

This poll shows the highly competitive nature of all statewide races where there are no highly favored candidates and it also reveals that Pennsylvania is definitely in play for both the presidential and senatorial races which will determine control of the direction of this nation between two differing visions on energy independence, education, international trade, balancing the budget and support for small businesses.

ROTFLMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!! Are u stoned?

Go here.....realclearpolitics.com
PA is already counted in the bag for Obama
 

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Romney ahead of Obama in Pennsylvania by Four - Erie County Pennsylvania Republican Party

Romney ahead of Obama in Pennsylvania by Four Posted on November 2, 2012 by eriecogop

Susquehanna Polling and Research...
Susquehanna Polling & Research is an American public opinion polling company, based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Susquehanna Polling & Research was founded by James Lee in 2000.[1] The firm is the official polling company for ABC 27 television station in Harrisburg.[1] The firm specializes in polling services for Republican candidates, trade groups, businesses and lobbying firms in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland.[2]

.... conclusion by them: state is in play. no winner predicted :lol:
 
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In fact i'm willing to say that The Mormon gets only FL, VA and NC....thank God, we cannot afford to have the guys who nearly bankrupted the country in 2008 back in the saddle nor give control of the country to the LDS church, a cult.
 

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Romney ahead of Obama in Pennsylvania by Four - Erie County Pennsylvania Republican Party

Romney ahead of Obama in Pennsylvania by Four Posted on November 2, 2012 by eriecogop

Susquehanna Polling and Research results for Pennsylvania released today shows Mitt Romney leading President Obama 49% to 45% among 1376 likely voters. Two percent are undecided and 3% are for other candidates.

In the same sample Republican Tom Smith leads Senator Casey by two percentage points in the race for the United States Senate seat from Pennsylvania. Smith is at 48% to Casey’s 46% according to this poll.

Diana Irey Vaughan (R) is tied with McCord at 45% each, David Freed(R) trails Kane by 45% to 47% and Maher(R) leads DePasuale 45% to 44%.

This poll shows the highly competitive nature of all statewide races where there are no highly favored candidates and it also reveals that Pennsylvania is definitely in play for both the presidential and senatorial races which will determine control of the direction of this nation between two differing visions on energy independence, education, international trade, balancing the budget and support for small businesses.

ROTFLMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!! Are u stoned?

Go here.....realclearpolitics.com
PA is already counted in the bag for Obama

The Difference is this poll uses a more Realist Party Break Down Sample for this year. Not one based on the Dems plus 8 turn out in 2008.

:)
 

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a Republican polling org comes up with a poll different than most all the others at this late stage in the game?

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...
 

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The same agency had a poll come out 2 weeks ago with the same breakdown all the way down to respondents at the nice round number of 1376. Strange.
 

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Breaking: Romney ahead of Obama in Pennsylvania by Four

This is just getting sad…

Nov. 1: The Simple Case for Saying Obama Is the Favorite

Obama’s ahead in Ohio.

A somewhat-more-complicated version:

Mr. Obama is leading in the polls of Ohio and other states that would suffice for him to win 270 electoral votes, and by a margin that has historically translated into victory a fairly high percentage of the time.

Election Forecasts - FiveThirtyEight Blog - NYTimes.com
 

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From the same article:

[T]here is not much evidence of “momentum” toward Mr. Romney. Instead, the case that the polls have moved slightly toward Mr. Obama is stronger.

In 9 of the 11 battleground states, Mr. Obama’s polls have been better over the past 10 days than they were immediately after the Denver debate. The same is true for the national polls, whether or not tracking polls (which otherwise dominate the average) are included.

In the swing states, in fact, Mr. Obama’s polls now look very close to where they were before the conventions and the debates. Mr. Obama led by an average of 2.3 percentage points in Ohio in all likely voter polls conducted between June 1 and the debates; he’s led by an average of 2.4 points in Ohio polls conducted over the past 10 days.

Nov. 1: The Simple Case for Saying Obama Is the Favorite - NYTimes.com
 

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Romney/Ryan signs have been popping up all over here in PA since the first debate.
 

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Romney/Ryan signs have been popping up all over here in PA since the first debate.

Old political adage: All politics are local

Another old political adage: Signs don't vote


they both are part of campaigns that stress get out the vote. It's all about constituent services for an incumbent and a ground game for both incumbent and challenger

the President has a built in advantage.

another idea: hate drives people away. thank you Obama haters :clap2:
:eusa_whistle:
 

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Who gave you this poll information? Was it the same drunk that I talked to that lives under the brdige near GOP campaign headquarters? TOO FUNNY!
 

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The same agency had a poll come out 2 weeks ago with the same breakdown all the way down to respondents at the nice round number of 1376. Strange.

As I suspected, this was not a new poll but the same internal poll cited weeks ago.

New poll shows Romney up by 4 in Pennsylvania; Update/Correction: Poll is not new | Twitchy

LMAO. So the same pollster released a more recent poll which has Obama up by 4, which is still on the low end of the other polls in the state (even Rassmussen has Obama up by 5 in PA).

bripat9643 is one stupid fuck. Hey bripat, do you have any clue as to what the confidence limit is? Do you even understand the statistical nature of margin of error? Let me explain it simple. With a 95% Confidence Limit, it means that 1 poll our of 20 will, on average, exceed the Margin of Error.
 

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