Wrong again, but in the mean time you read this and weep.I was wondering why welfare boy was harping on the local races? I got my answer. National Poll Tracker has an overall poll average of a 3 point lead for Romney. Pew has a 7 point lead, Gallup 3 and CBS News has a 2 point lead, all for Romney. The NPT said this race is turning into a carbon copy of the 1980 Presidential race. With the Democratic in office jumping out to a huge lead but the GOP challenger catching up in mid October. BTW, who ended up winning that one? BTW, the swings states with the exception of Florida are all tightening up, just like 1980.
GALLUP: Obama Bouncing Back Already To 5-Point Lead
Brett LoGiurato|Oct. 8, 2012, 1:07 PM|28,486|83
President Barack Obama moved back to a 5-point lead over Mitt Romney, halting the Republican nominee's post-debate momentum. Obama now leads Romney 50 percent to 45 percent in Gallup's daily tracking poll.
Romney had seen a big three-day post-debate move in the Gallup daily tracking poll, but today's results signal that his debate bump is beginning to level off.
Earlier on Monday, Gallupreleased results of three days of post-debate, which showed that Romney had tied up the race with Obama in those three days of interviews. It also found that Romney was the biggest winner in the history of the presidential debates.
Obama's approval rating — which has swung wildly in recent weeks — also ticked up to 51 percent, above the "safe" 50-percent threshold for an incumbent's re-election.
Obama also bumped back up in the Rasmussen daily tracking poll. He is now tied with Romney after trailing by 2 points on Sunday.
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