October 16, 2008

I'M VOTING FOR WHO?:

Gallup Daily (Frank Newport, 10/16/08, Gallup.com)

The "traditional" likely voter model, which Gallup has employed for past elections, factors in prior voting behavior as well as current voting intention. This has generally shown a closer contest, reflecting the fact that Republicans have typically been more likely to vote than Democrats in previous elections. Today's results show Obama with a two-point advantage over McCain using this likely voter model, 49% to 47%, this is within the poll's margin of error.

It's easy enough to say you want the Unicorn Rider to win, harder to face punching the chad.

Posted by Orrin Judd at October 16, 2008 1:15 PM
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