President Obama Surges in the Latest Round of Tracking Polls

Monday, September 10, 2012

President Barack Obama Delivers His Speech at the 2012 DNC in Charlotte

This is a great way to begin the week. The latest round of presidential tracking polls show President Barack Obama maintaining or expanding his lead over challenger, Republican Mitt Romney.

Gallup: Obama 49%, Romney 44%

Reuters/Ipsos: Obama 47%, Romney 43%

Rasmussen: Obama 49%, Romney 45%

56 days until Nov. 6, 2012 and the presidential election.

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10 Responses to President Obama Surges in the Latest Round of Tracking Polls

  1. Joe in Colorado says:

    Indeed. Great news to begin the week with.

  2. Tena says:

    I’m so looking forward to hearing the Cayman Islands tax dodger give his concession speech. Then I can relax and enjoy the next four years. Until that happens, I will be holding my breath.

  3. Zarathustra says:

    Amen to both comments…..

  4. feminazi says:

    I wish the election was today and we could get it over with. I’m so tired of seeing Mitt Romney’s face on the TV.

  5. Brigadoon says:

    Rasmussen? Rasmussen is the darling of FOX Noise. I like it.

  6. The Real Adam says:

    The American people are many things but we’re not stupid.

    Nov. 6th isn’t just a day on the calendar. It represents a chance to continue with President Obama’s leadership and economic leadership and champion of LGBT rights or elect Mitt Romney and begin a journey backward in time to the 1950’s. The choice for me is clear.

  7. Seabec says:

    Let’s these numbers hold.

  8. says:

    I would love to see gay President losing election.

  9. okjimm says:

    Ah, quit picking on Mitt. He likes the Polls. He said he can see Poland from his off shore accounts. Gees.


    Have we elected a gay president yet? There is a rumor about Lincoln but as far as I know, the topic of Lincoln’s sexual orientation is just speculation.

    Please tell us what you know?

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