Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Rasmussen today

Rasmussen Reports™ has Obama at 50 percent and McCain at 47 percent in Missouri today. Ralph Nader and Bob Barr share one percent, with two percent undecided.

Rasmussen claims Obama has steadily gained on McCain, in Missouri, since the Lehman Brothers collapse, prior to that he held a 6 percentage point lead over Obama.

The report also noted McCain is viewed favorably by more Missourian voters than Obama, but only by one percentage point.

You can read the whole report by clicking on the link above.

1 comment:

Дж. Хьюз said...

This is all so weird. I followed the link to Rasmussen's page, and from there I went to Rasmussen's page at Intrade.com. Rasmussen's Intrade page (in and of itself an interesting idea) had the Republican MO-GOV candidate as a 58%-42% favorite. I decided to see what the polls said about MO-GOV and stopped by those raging liberals at Real Clear Politics. The Real Clear Politics average has Nixon waxing Hulshof by 17 points or so. Somebody's swigging the Kool-Aid here, but damned if I know who.