Newest Battleground State Polls

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

With less than a week to go until the presidential election, here’s a sample of the latest swing state polls. President Obama is looking good going into Nov. 6th.

Florida: Obama 48%, Romney 47% (Quinnipiac)

Michigan: Obama 48%, Romney 45% (Detroit News)

North Carolina: Romney 50%, Obama 45% (SurveyUSA)

Ohio: Obama 50%, Romney 45% (Quinnipiac)

Pennsylvania: Obama 48%, Romney 44% (Franklin and Marshall)

Virginia: Obama 49%, Romney 47% (Quinnipiac)

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8 Responses to Newest Battleground State Polls

  1. Christina Degraff says:

    LOVE YOUR POST

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  2. feminazi says:

    Romney was asked repeatedly yesterday if he still thinks FEMA should be eliminated and the states should pick up their function. Romney refused to answer. I live in Connecticut and I can tell you as a resident of a small state, without the help of FEMA, we would not be able to help everyone in need after a disaster the size and scope of Hurricane Sandy.

  3. The Real Adam says:

    Here are the facts about FEMA.

    FEMA was struggling under George W. Bush because he slashed funding and when Hurricane Katrina hit, put his college pal Michael “heck of a job Brownie” Brown in charge. What President Obama did when he was elected was secure billions of much needed dollars in funding for the agency. Four years on, FEMA is back on track and functioning properly.

  4. ChiTOM says:

    Feminazi – According to Huffington Post, Romney was asked 14 times by reporters yesterday if he still thought FEMA should be eliminated. And 14 times, Romney refused to answer. In a strange way, Hurricane Sandy was a gift from on high.

  5. Tena says:

    Mitt Romney’s concession speech should be delivered around 11:30p.m. on Nov. 6th. He and Ann will be weepy but contrite. I will be joyous and ebullient.

  6. Brigadoon says:

    Without Ohio, Romney can’t the presidency. It looks like Queen Ann measured the White House for new carpets and drapes too soon.

  7. Harry says:

    Rasmussen? We hardly knew thee!🙂

  8. Peace Nick says:

    Harry, Remember when Scott Rasmussen “predicted” John McCain would defeat Barack Obama back in 2008?

    How did that work out for him? Not too well.

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