But that Pew poll has a sample date of directly after the debate. Ras and Gallup both back to a tie. The state polling is starting to look dire but probably a result of polling dates like Pews.
In Britain we have a famous saying: Keep Calm, Carry on.
Obama also has a mantra: Fired Up, Ready to go.
Time for a new one: Get Mad, Win.
Problem is, look at the clock.
The pew poll, if the last one was accurate, is a shift of 16%- from September. The largest reason is voter id of the sample, there was a big shift of the sample from democrats to republicans and pew reflected the shift (which, whatever).
Look, let’s be rational here. If Americans want to vote for Rmoney because Obama smiled and looked at the ground too much in a debate where one question was “can you explain the difference between your philosophies” they deserve him.
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- youdontneedtofollowme said: Read the article in the Guardian Zain and the comments below it. The poll massively underrepresented hispanic voters - only polled about 60 in a total of 1100 much less than the 16% national average of voters. Don’t get too worried about this poll.
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