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Romney's Up in the Polls After Killing it in the Debate

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Obammie got OWNED

Prospect, KY

#1 Oct 6, 2012
Staight from San fransico liberal topix itself!-

Romney's Up in the Polls After Killing it in the Debate

Republican challenger sees a surge
by PolitixMary

Mary Noble, Senior Editor
Image: AP

Good news for Mitt Romney: his crushing debate performance on Wednesday has translated into increased voter approval, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll.

51% of voters now view Romney in positive terms. That's the first time he's been viewed favorably by more than half of the electorate. Obama's rating stayed flat at 56 percent.

Romney's surge was most dramatic among Republicans: 46% of them now view him "very favorably," a 10% gain from prior to the debate.

The same poll found Romney's share of the vote has increased from 39 to 43%. Obama's vote share also held flat at 48%.

http://politix.topix.com/homepage/2385-romney...

http://news.yahoo.com/romney-gains-ground-oba...
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#2 Oct 6, 2012
Obammie got OWNED wrote:
Staight from San fransico liberal topix itself!-
Romney's Up in the Polls After Killing it in the Debate
Republican challenger sees a surge
by PolitixMary
Mary Noble, Senior Editor
Image: AP
Good news for Mitt Romney: his crushing debate performance on Wednesday has translated into increased voter approval, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll.
51% of voters now view Romney in positive terms. That's the first time he's been viewed favorably by more than half of the electorate. Obama's rating stayed flat at 56 percent.
Romney's surge was most dramatic among Republicans: 46% of them now view him "very favorably," a 10% gain from prior to the debate.
The same poll found Romney's share of the vote has increased from 39 to 43%. Obama's vote share also held flat at 48%.
http://politix.topix.com/homepage/2385-romney...
http://news.yahoo.com/romney-gains-ground-oba...
So you are still losing by a wide margin. Congratulations!
Obammie got OWNED

Prospect, KY

#3 Oct 8, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
So you are still losing by a wide margin. Congratulations!
You call that a "wide margin"? You liberals and your backwards math, lol....
benny

Rogers, AR

#4 Oct 8, 2012
Obammie got OWNED wrote:
<quoted text>You call that a "wide margin"? You liberals and your backwards math, lol....
Sorry but the Mormon child Molester has Lost all of his Bounce.
Obammie got OWNED

Prospect, KY

#5 Oct 8, 2012
benny wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry but the Mormon child Molester has Lost all of his Bounce.
Obama isn't a morman, get your facts straight...
Obammie got OWNED

Prospect, KY

#6 Oct 8, 2012
benny wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry but the Mormon child Molester has Lost all of his Bounce.
http://www.topix.com/forum/cit y/paragould-ar/TTLHOSS8HBLJG0G UT/post27
Obammie got OWNED

Prospect, KY

#7 Oct 8, 2012
well

United States

#8 Oct 8, 2012
i think obama screwed the pooch when he got on tv and lied about the jobs report.the american people aren't that stupid.we know unemployment didn't "magically" fall like he said,after the debate. he was just trying to pull the wool over peoples eyes again.he thinks we are all stupid. im going to write in ron paul.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#9 Oct 8, 2012
well wrote:
i think obama screwed the pooch when he got on tv and lied about the jobs report.the american people aren't that stupid.we know unemployment didn't "magically" fall like he said,after the debate. he was just trying to pull the wool over peoples eyes again.he thinks we are all stupid. im going to write in ron paul.
Not as stupid as apparently you really are:

Truth About Jobs

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/08/opinion/kru... ;

Job numbers are prepared by professional civil servants, at an agency that currently has no political appointees. But then maybe Mr. Welch — under whose leadership G.E. reported remarkably smooth earnings growth, with none of the short-term fluctuations you might have expected (fluctuations that reappeared under his successor)— doesn’t know how hard it would be to cook the jobs data.

Furthermore, the methods the bureau uses are public — and anyone familiar with the data understands that they are “noisy,” that especially good (or bad) months will be reported now and then as a simple consequence of statistical randomness. And that in turn means that you shouldn’t put much weight on any one month’s report.

In that case, however, what is the somewhat longer-term trend? Is the U.S. employment picture getting better? Yes, it is.
guest

United States

#10 Oct 8, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
Not as stupid as apparently you really are:
Truth About Jobs
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/08/opinion/kru... ;
Job numbers are prepared by professional civil servants, at an agency that currently has no political appointees. But then maybe Mr. Welch — under whose leadership G.E. reported remarkably smooth earnings growth, with none of the short-term fluctuations you might have expected (fluctuations that reappeared under his successor)— doesn’t know how hard it would be to cook the jobs data.
Furthermore, the methods the bureau uses are public — and anyone familiar with the data understands that they are “noisy,” that especially good (or bad) months will be reported now and then as a simple consequence of statistical randomness. And that in turn means that you shouldn’t put much weight on any one month’s report.
In that case, however, what is the somewhat longer-term trend? Is the U.S. employment picture getting better? Yes, it is.
really? then why are there no jobs???? can you explaine that one? are you better off now than you was 4 years ago?

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#11 Oct 8, 2012
Romney's debate boost is over.

4:33PM EST October 8. 2012 - President Obama leads Mitt Romney in Gallup's daily tracking poll, after the GOP presidential nominee got an initial boost following his strong debate performance last week.

The economic news released Friday, showing the unemployment rate dipping to 7.8%, appears to have helped Obama.

"Romney definitely improved in Friday and Saturday polling among registered voters, but Obama did better Saturday and Sunday nights," says Jeffrey Jones of Gallup.

The president now leads, 50% to 45%, among registered voters in the seven-day rolling average for Oct. 1-7, according to Gallup.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/onpolitics/2012...

I tried to tell you righties last Wednesday that fact checking would bring you down off that sugar high.

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Obammie got OWNED

Prospect, KY

#12 Oct 8, 2012
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
Romney's debate boost is over.
4:33PM EST October 8. 2012 - President Obama leads Mitt Romney in Gallup's daily tracking poll, after the GOP presidential nominee got an initial boost following his strong debate performance last week.
The economic news released Friday, showing the unemployment rate dipping to 7.8%, appears to have helped Obama.
"Romney definitely improved in Friday and Saturday polling among registered voters, but Obama did better Saturday and Sunday nights," says Jeffrey Jones of Gallup.
The president now leads, 50% to 45%, among registered voters in the seven-day rolling average for Oct. 1-7, according to Gallup.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/onpolitics/2012...
I tried to tell you righties last Wednesday that fact checking would bring you down off that sugar high.
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Awww, little mousiepoo is trying to use some biased USA today article, lol. Here's the real poll numbers folks -

Romney surging nationally after biggest debate win in recorded history, polls show

Published October 08, 2012

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/08/ro...
Obammie got OWNED

Prospect, KY

#13 Oct 8, 2012
"National polling released Monday continues to demonstrate an apparent Mitt Romney surge, with the Republican nominee at least pulling even with President Obama -- and in one poll shooting past him -- on the heels of what Gallup deemed the biggest debate victory in recorded history.

New Gallup numbers show registered voters overwhelmingly considered Romney the winner of the debate in Denver. Seventy-two percent gave Romney the win, while 20 percent said Obama did the better job. Gallup reported the 52-point victory is the biggest the polling firm has ever measured -- the closest was Bill Clinton's 42-point win over George H.W. Bush in a 1992 debate.

The sentiment appeared to have big implications for Romney's national standing.

A separate Pew Research Center poll showed Romney surging from an 8-point deficit to a 4-point lead among likely voters. The Oct. 4-7 survey of 1,112 likely voters showed Romney leading 49-45 percent. Among registered voters, the two candidates were tied.

Gallup polling among registered voters in the three days after the debate also showed the candidates tied at 47 percent each. In the three days prior, Obama was leading by 5 points.

The Gallup numbers follow a national Rasmussen survey which showed Romney leading 49-47 percent. Rasmussen also released several swing-state polls on Friday showing Romney pulling roughly even with Obama in the wake of the debate.

Gallup typically reports polling based on seven-day rolling averages -- in the latest, Obama is leading 49-46 percent. Gallup reported that the gap "would narrow further" if Romney's momentum continues.

Romney is trying to build on his surge with a foreign policy speech in Virginia on Monday.

Obama's team, though, is aggressively hammering Romney as a manipulator of the facts, suggesting the president will challenge him more firmly on the debate stage next week.

A vice presidential debate is set for this Thursday, with two more presidential debates scheduled after that.

The post-debate Gallup poll of 1,387 registered voters was conducted Oct. 4-6. It had a margin of error of 3 percentage points."

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#14 Oct 8, 2012
^^^ hahahahahaha ^^^

"The post-debate Gallup poll of 1,387 registered voters was conducted Oct. 4-6"

That is exactly what this afternoon's Gallup poll proved silly.

Romney had a bump for 3 days then it went flat. Tonight, we are right back exactly where we were the day befor the debate.

Get it?

The debate changed nothing.

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Call me Cal.

#15 Oct 8, 2012
Hussein Obama went crying to Clinton to save him. BAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

If the Romany Ryan ticket aces the next three debates Obama will lose worse than the razorbacks.

“Im Right here”

Since: Jun 12

Cause You need the education.

#16 Oct 8, 2012
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
^^^ hahahahahaha ^^^
"The post-debate Gallup poll of 1,387 registered voters was conducted Oct. 4-6"
That is exactly what this afternoon's Gallup poll proved silly.
Romney had a bump for 3 days then it went flat. Tonight, we are right back exactly where we were the day befor the debate.
Get it?
The debate changed nothing.
Actually this is from a thread YOU STARTED[LMAOFF],,trying to slam Denver people..lol.., Im guessing you didnt actually read any of it otherwise you would have not posted it just because of the poll at the beginning of the article..You need to read the entire thing..It said....

Among those who watched the debate, the Gallup tracking poll shows a whopping 72% to 20% of Americans believe Romney did a better job than Obama as they sparred over the economy, jobs and the role of government. That also goes for Democrats: By 49% to 39%, those in the president's party who watched the debate say Romney did better in Denver.

And Denver concurs..Obama needs to go, and a real leader put in place.

There are so many people losing their homes because of obamas shutting down so much industry in Colorado..

“Common Sense over Politics”

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Call me Cal.

#17 Oct 8, 2012
Nice. Romney is still bouncing high after the debate. His debate win just netted him an additional 12 million in campaign donations.

“Common Sense over Politics”

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Call me Cal.

#18 Oct 8, 2012
Obammie got OWNED

Prospect, KY

#19 Oct 9, 2012
Here's some new poll number for little mousiepoo -

Romney erases Obama advantage among women in new poll


Published October 09, 2012


Mitt Romney's post-debate surge appears to have all but wiped out President Obama's once double-digit lead among women voters.

A new Pew Research Center survey depicted a remarkable swing in the numbers, with Romney pulling even among women in polling late last week. In September, the same polling outfit showed Obama leading by 18 points among women.

Among all likely voters surveyed, Romney climbed from an 8-point deficit last month to a 4-point lead.

There's little question that his debate performance has played a role. A separate Gallup survey showed registered voters deemed Romney the winner by 72-20 percent, marking the biggest debate victory in Gallup's recorded history.

The Pew poll showed a similarly big victory for Romney in the debate, and it appeared to translate into gains among several groups of voters. The Oct. 4-7 survey of 1,112 likely voters showed Romney leading 49-45 percent overall.

Among all registered voters surveyed, the two candidates also were tied.

With Romney making gains both nationally and in the swing states, he and President Obama were headed to the battleground of Ohio Tuesday to press their case.

Romney has tried to broaden his message with the election now just four weeks away, delivering a major foreign policy speech Monday in Virginia ahead of the final two debates that will deal more with overseas affairs.

A vice presidential debate is set for this Thursday.

An Obama campaign official tried to downplay the results of the latest Pew poll.

"The state of the race is what it has been, which is a close and competitive race in key states with a slight lean toward the president," the official said.

But the Pew poll showed the trendlines working in Romney's favor, at least for now.

His favorable rating hit 50 percent for the first time in that survey, while Obama's fell from 55 to 49 percent.

The poll also showed voters putting more faith in Romney on issues ranging from the economy to the budget deficit. The two are even, at 44 percent each, on the question of who is the stronger leader. Obama led on that question by 13 points last month.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/09/ro...

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#20 Oct 9, 2012
A Sesame Street Poll out this morning shows Willard coming in a distant third behind President Obama and Big Bird who are virtually tied.

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