Gallup ROCKETS in the wake of the Obamamerical
Likely Traditional (Drudge Version)
Obama 51 +1
McCain 43 -2
Likely Expanded (Reality)
Obama 52 +1
McCain 43 -1
Obama; 52 +2
McCain: 41 -1
I'm JAZZED up Don'tcha Know
The political landscape could be improving for Barack Obama in the waning days of the campaign. Gallup Poll Daily tracking from Oct. 28-30 shows him with an eight percentage point lead over John McCain among traditional likely voters -- 51% to 43% -- his largest margin to date using this historical Gallup Poll voter model.
Since Tuesday, McCain's support among traditional likely voters has dropped by four points (from 47% to 43%), Obama's has risen by two points (from 49% to 51%), and the percentage of undecided voters has increased from 4% to 6%.
Thursday night's interviews are the first conducted entirely after Obama's widely viewed 30-minute prime-time campaign ad, which ran on several television networks Wednesday evening. Obama held a substantial lead over McCain in last night's polling, however no greater than what Gallup found on Wednesday.
Obama's current 11-point lead over McCain among all registered voters -- 52% to 41% -- is up from an eight-point lead in yesterday's report, and ties his highest advantage on this basis, last recorded 10 days ago. (
If nothing else, it baked the cake...
There was Rasmussen Data this morning on the impact of the advertisement and it makes Rick Davis's quote look like Horseshit... This data indicates that Rick Davis is LYING.... Word is his Halloween Costume is "Sack of Shit Liar"
From the Sub-section on Rasmussen...
Ad Make You More/Less Likely to Vote for Obama?
More Likely: 54%
Less Likely 24%
Among McCain Voters: 8% More Likely
Among Conservatives: 39% More Likely
Among Republicans: 21% More Likely
Among Men: 50% More likely
Among Women: 59% More Likely
Among 65+: 57% More Likely
Among Whites: 50% More Likely