AP Polls - McCain, Obama Even

Obama says he is not ready to be President.


AP presidential poll: Race tightens in final weeks](http://apnews.myway.com/article/20081022/D93VPI9O0.html)

The poll, which found Obama at 44 percent and McCain at 43 percent, supports what some Republicans and Democrats privately have said in recent days: that the race narrowed after the third debate as GOP-leaning voters drifted home to their party and McCain’s “Joe the plumber” analogy struck a chord.

IBD/TIPP Tracking Poll: Day Ten

Contrary to other polls, some of which show Obama ahead by double digits, the IBD/TIPP Poll shows a sudden tightening of Obama’s lead to 3.7 from 6.0. McCain has picked up 3 points in the West and with independents, married women and those with some college. He’s also gaining momentum in the suburbs, where he’s gone from dead even a week ago to a 20-point lead. Obama padded gains in urban areas and with lower-class households, but he slipped 4 points with parents.

About IBD/TIPP: An analysis of Final Certified Results for the 2004 election showed IBD’s polling partner, TIPP, was the most accurate pollster of the campaign season. Learn more at www.TIPPonline.com.

Well darn, I guess I better vote twice.

Stop by the grave yard too.:shock:

Funny very friggin’ funny, read it & weap suckers!

Growing Doubts About McCain’s Judgment, Age and Campaign Conduct

Obama’s Lead Widens: 52%-38%

You OLD FARTS in Florida support McCain.:p:p


**Off The Rails

**MSNBC just ran what we can only call an extraordinary interview with NBC News’ Chuck Todd and Brian Williams. They were discussing the interview NBC just did with John McCain and Sarah Palin. We’ll have the video shortly. But what really stood out was the candidness of Todd’s discussion of the wheels possibly coming off McCain’s campaign, his willingness to discuss the tension between the two candidates and even to speculate that McCain may be starting to blame Palin for his campaign’s collapse.

That’s obviously speculation on Todd’s part. But … Well, wait to see it yourself.

–Josh Marshall

You white haired, slow drivin’ majority in Florida back McCain. #'s here

Wednesday, October 22

National FOX News Obama 49, McCain 40 Obama +9

There are fewer than two weeks until the election, an election that will
decide the next President of the United States . The person elected will be
the president of all Americans, not just the Democrats or the Republicans.

To show our solidarity as Americans, let’s all get together and show each
other our support for the candidate of our choice. It’s time that we all
came together, Democrats and Republicans alike.

If you support the policies and character of John McCain, please drive with
your headlights on during the day.

If you support Obama, please drive with your headlights off at night.

Thank you


Oct. 23, 2008


I can tell you one of the biggest reasons for the Catholic shift as I am a direct witness. But I won’t so there!:slight_smile:

It could be a long election night.

Maybe it would be better to commit now to going to bed and getting a good nights sleep. :wink:

Spread these around your email networks…

Finally… somebody doing some decent ads.


Bad Associates

#1 - The Most Liberal Senator


Obama $ 3/4 Billion in Earmark requests, McCain $0 in 26 years


Truth about William Ayers

Babies are a Punishment

Released today October 23, 2008

University of Wisconsin polls.

Indiana - Obama 51% - McCain 41%

Iowa - Obama 52% - McCain 39%

Michigan - Obama 58% - McCain 37%

Minnesota - Obama 57% - McCain 38%

Ohio - Obama 52% - McCain 38%

Pennsylvania - Obama 53% - McCain 40%

Wisconsin - Obama 53% - McCain 40%

Illinois - Obama 61% - McCain 32%

Florida - Obama 49% - McCain 44%

And in today’s Quinnipiac University results

Ohio - Obama 52% - McCain 38%

Pennsylvania - Obama 53% - McCain 40%

Florida - Obama 48% - McCain 44%

:shock: :mrgreen:

Most Accurate Pollster of Election 2004

Final Certified Results Reveal TIPP as the Most Accurate Pollster of Election 2004

An analysis of the presidential election’s final certified results shows that TIPP’s daily tracking polls proved to be the most accurate in terms of predicting the winner and his margin of victory. Among the four national daily tracking polls, TIPP came closest to projecting Bush’s actual margin of victory (2.1% projected vs. 2.5% actual).

TIPP also outperformed a field of 11 other national, non-tracking pre-election polls, coming within just four-tenths of a percentage point to predicting Bush’s actual margin of victory (2.1% projected vs. 2.5% actual).

TIPP predicted the winner of the election in several pre-election venues, including CNBC’s Kudlow and Cramer and in the pages of Investor’s Business Daily.

"We developed strong tracking metrics and voter models that allowed us to accurately predict the election’s outcome,” said Raghavan Mayur, president of TIPP. “These metrics enabled us to minimize error and capture trends as they developed. We had our finger on the pulse of America throughout all of its palpitations.”

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Results of TIPP’s Election 2008 Tracking Poll
Beginning October 13th, TIPP began publishing the results of its 2008 Presidential race trackign poll. The table below shows results for a two-way race between Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama among likely voters.

**John McCain vs. Barack Obama

Date** McCain Obama** Undecided** Spread

October 23 43.7% 44.8% 11.6% +1.1 Obama
October 22 42.0% 45.7% 12.3% +3.7 Obama
October 21 40.9% 46.9% 12.1% +6.0 Obama

Polls are a complete waste of time, why even bother with meaning less bits of information that can’t come close to being accurate?