Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Baffo Pew Numbers

Pew Research Center foresees an historic landslide come next Tuesday. Their numbers among registered voters are these:

Obama 52
McCain 36

That's right. That's a 16-point edge for Obama.

Among likely voters, they see the race narrower by one point:

Obama 53
McCain 38

Pew observes:
Just as ominous for the Republican candidate, Obama holds a 53% to 34% lead among the sizable minority of voters (15%) who say they have already voted. Among those who plan to vote early but have not yet voted (16% of voters), 56% support Obama, while 37% support McCain.
That's right, Obama currently leads in the early vote by 19 points, and Pew believes it possible that that is the advantage he will have when the sun rises on election day next week.


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