September 15, 2008

WHEN THE EXTERNALS MATCH THE INTERNALS:

McCain picks up ground in NY poll; trails by 5 (Newsday, September 15, 2008)

A New York poll finds Sen. Barack Obama's lead in the state has fallen to five points, down from 18 points in June.

The Siena Research Institute poll has Obama, a Democrat, leading

Sen. John McCain 46 to 41 percent among likely voters in the heavily Democratic state. He led 51-33 in the June survey.


The really troubling thing for the Democrats has to be how many states they expect to win that show Senator Obama in the mid or low 40s, rather than over 50%

MORE:
Trust Driving 4 Percent McCain Lead in Buckeye State (Suffolk University, 9/15/2008)

With just 51 days remaining in the 2008 Presidential campaign, the Republican ticket of John McCain and Sarah Palin holds a 4-point lead in the key state of Ohio, according to a poll released today by Suffolk University. McCain-Palin led the Democratic ticket of Barack Obama-Joe Biden 46 percent to 42 percent.

Posted by Orrin Judd at September 15, 2008 12:16 PM
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