September 9, 2008

ALL DEFENSE, ALL THE TIME

Poll: Uncommitted Voters Move To McCain (CBS, Sept. 9, 2008)

About a third of the voters who were uncommitted to either Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama or Republican rival Sen. John McCain one month ago have now made up their minds, and more have settled on the Republican ticket than the Democratic one, a new CBS News poll finds.

For the new poll, CBS News re-interviewed voters who said they were uncommitted in a CBS News/New York Times poll conducted in mid-August. While nearly two in three still have not settled on a candidate, 20 percent of these previously uncommitted voters have now decided to back McCain, while 14 percent have settled on Obama.


The poor Unicorn Rider can't even get to 50% in NJ, McCain and Palin Bounce in New Jersey (FDU: Public Mind Poll)
Republican Sen. John McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin got a Jersey bounce following the widely viewed Republican nominating convention but continue to trail Democratic Sen. Barack Obama in the Garden State. The latest results from Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind poll show Obama leading among likely voters by 47% to 41%.

Posted by Orrin Judd at September 9, 2008 7:12 PM
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