Sunday, November 2, 2008

Daily Kos's poll has a day of Obama only +4

Now this is the Daily Kos. This is weighted for huge democrat turnout. And here it is:
On successive individual days in the R2K poll (different than the topline, which is a combined three day sample), Obama was up +8 Thurs, +9 Fri and +4 Sat with a +5 Wed sample rolling off (rounding can take place.) The Obama video (33.6 million viewers) is reflected today. The +4 (50-46) is the tightest single day sample we've seen in the poll (but one-day samples are very variable.) There has been no major event to change the numbers.

No major shift eh? Good luck with that. Seems to be making more and more sense why Obama wants people to vote early. I wonder how many want it back?

In Response To: 11/2 Daily Kos R2K Tracking Poll: Obama 51, McCain 44

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Polls are all flawed. To get 3,000 people to answer a poll you typically have to call more than 30,000 people. I wonder if the demographic breakdown of the 27,000 who didn't answer is disproportionately white men who (according to comediat Dave Chappelle) don't like to tell you who they are voting for.

With Obama this is what we have:

We are no longer a Republic.

We are now a Mobocracy.

When the dollar is worthless it won't matter if you can withdraw it from your bank or not.

What created the Mobocracy:

The 1965 Hart-Celler Immigration Act. It needs to be repealed.