President Obama Turns Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania Solid Blue

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

When is a battleground ground state no longer a battleground state? In the case of Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, that answer is today.

Here are the latest results from the NYT/CBS/Quinnipiac poll showing President Obama with huge leads over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Florida: Obama 53%, Romney 44% (NYT/CBS/Quinnipiac) Obama +9

Ohio: Obama 53%, Romney 43% (NYT/CBS/Quinnipiac) Obama +10

Pennsylvania: Obama 54%, Romney 42% (NYT/CBS/Quinnipiac) Obama +12

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14 Responses to President Obama Turns Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania Solid Blue

  1. Joe in Colorado says:

    Why the so-called experts, the TV news pundits, continue to refer to the three states of Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania “battleground states”? Obama is up by 10 points in Ohio and 12 points in Pennsylvania. Stop saying these states are in play. These states are in the president’s column.

  2. Brigadoon says:

    2012 is not, I repeat, not a close race. Buh bye Mitt.

  3. Tiny Dancer says:

    These are huge state leads. I wish the election was next Tuesday. I can’t wait to see Obama reelected and Romney sent packing. Never have I been so tired of an election as this one. Romney makes me ill. Obama has much work to do and the election is a distraction.

  4. feminazi says:

    Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and Dick Morris are on suicide watch!

  5. Marcus Ybanez says:

    This is excellent news 41 days before the General Election!

    Is it too soon to put Arizona, North Carolina and Idaho in the president’s column too? In any case, Obama should be well over 270 electoral votes. 312 is a very real possibility.

  6. Rendaculous says:

    Mitt Romney is so unpopular he can’t even carry his home state of Michigan. It’s over, Willard!

  7. ChiTOM says:

    I never understood how the pundits placed Pennsylvania in the battleground category to begin with? I have many friends in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and none of them said they knew a single person who said they were voting for Romney/Ryan.

  8. Harry says:

    Mitt who? ;-)

  9. Zarathustra says:

    Aaaah, this brings about sweet memories of the 1964 election. I hope Mitt and his crew go down, in a crushing defeat, as Goldwater did in ’64. And, I hope that Americans wake up to the fact that Conservative Rethuglicans are against them, on every level, and that Democrats recapture both the House and the Senate…

  10. Estacada says:

    Did I sleep through the last 20 years? When was Pennsylvania ever a red state?

  11. DMason says:

    Estacada – Job security. The talkingheads need to make the election a horse race. But the American people are smarter than the talkingheads.

  12. Adirondacky says:

    Sorry mainstream media but this is not a close race.

  13. Randy Arroyo says:

    Adirondacky – Agreed. 2012 is by no means a close election. The media needs to learn a new talking point. They sound ignorant.

  14. Zarathustra says:

    The ”Teathuglicans” have long ago worn out their welcome….. Go crawl back underneath your rocks now, Rethuglicans, and STFU!!!! you WORMS………..

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