Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Pollster: A McCain comeback from this far behind would be unprecedented

Quinnipiac University :

"It is difficult to find a modern competitive presidential race that has swung so dramatically, so quickly and so sharply this late in the campaign. In the last 20 days, Sen. Barack Obama has gone from seven points down to eight points up in Florida, while widening his leads to eight points in Ohio and 15 points in Pennsylvania. Sen. John McCain has his work cut out for him if he is to win the presidency and there does not appear to be a role model for such a comeback in the last half century."

-- Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.

Have you seen the new Quinnipiac University pre-debate and post-debate polls in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania?

Obama is CRUSHING McCain in 3 crucial battleground states:

Obama +8 in FL

Obama +8 in OH

Obama +15 in PA

OH and FL are must win states for McCain

Pre-Debate: Obama 49, McCain 43
Post-Debate: Obama 51, McCain 43

Pre-Debate: Obama 49, McCain 42
Post-Debate: Obama 50, McCain 42

Pre-Debate: Obama 49, McCain 43
Post-Debate: Obama 54, McCain 39


Anonymous said...

Well considering this is a "historic" and "unprecedented" election in many never knows!

Anonymous said...

Well if the polls say that, why don't we just save everyone time, money and aggravation and declare Obama the winner today! He can then start taxing the wealthy (who's numbers are now shrinking due to the current fiscal crisis) to pay for his socialist programs. "Yeah tax those fat cats"! "But buddy, the fat cats create jobs...btw, we have to eliminate your position now". hope you're feeling better about taxing the wealthy. talk about cutting off one's nose to spite one's face!

Anonymous said...

anonymouse @ 8:01 AM:

My goodness, what a radical new argument you present--not. Typical reichwing strawman bullshit.


Anonymous said...

Class welfare, now that's a winner!