Archive for the ‘Gallup’ Category

Ever Wondered?

03Nov08

(Please read this with Andy Rooney’s voice in your head.) Have you ever noticed that the polls that show Barack with the biggest lead come from the big liberal news media? The only polls other than Gallup that indicate higher than a 7% Obama lead are from NBC/WSJ at 8%, ABC/Washington Post at 11%, and […]


Gallup seems pretty confident. by Frank James Gallup has completed it pre-election polling and all indications are that enough voters support Sen. Barack Obama to make him the next president of the U.S. Here’s an excerpt from Gallup’s report, based its final Gallup/USA Today tracking poll before Election Day: PRINCETON, NJ — The final Gallup […]


Who Blew It?

02Nov08

A clever video, designed as an internet tool to get the vote out. You can make your own, with whatever name you choose, here.


Zogby Shocker

01Nov08

The race for president tightens, as the Zogby poll shows McCain cutting two points off Barack’s lead. That’s good news – but that’s not the surprise. Republican John McCain made a small gain against Democrat Barack Obama and has pulled back within the margin of error, now trailing Obama by five points, 49.1% to 44.1%, […]


Closer

27Oct08

Drudge says that Zogby’s numbers for Tuesday, released daily at 1:30am, will show the race getting one point tighter – to a 4% lead for Barack. The Monday numbers from Zogby, Rasmussen and Gallup all show just a 5% lead for Obama.


Despite attempts by the media to convince voters that the election is over, we should see things get closer over the last week. Starting from a very close 5 point difference. Rasmussen Reports 10/24 – 10/26 3000 LV 2.0 51 46 Obama +5 Gallup (Traditional)* 10/24 – 10/26 2448 LV 2.0 50 45 Obama +5 […]


Zogby – 5%

26Oct08

On Thursday, the Zogby poll showed Barack up 12 points. It was down to 10%, then 9%, for the next couple of days. Today’s number? A 5 point race. “I have alluded before to this strange, magnetic pull that brings Obama down to 48% or 49%, a danger zone for him. McCain’s gains are among […]