Tuesday, October 28, 2008

More on Arizona

According to the Arizona Capitol Times:
Two Democratic polls were the first to illustrate a closing advantage for McCain. A poll conducted Oct. 23-24 by Virginia-based Myers Research and Strategic Services and Portland, Oregon-based Grove Insight shows McCain leading Obama 48 percent to 44 percent. Meanwhile, a poll conducted by Tucson-based Zimmerman & Associates showed McCain leading by just a 44 percent to 42 percent.

More disturbingly for Republicans, at least one internal Republican poll conducted toward the end of the week showed McCain clinging to a tiny 3-point lead. McCain is tied in Maricopa County, usually seen as a death knell for any statewide Republican candidate, but he makes up the difference with a strong performance in the northern part of the state.
That's right, an internal poll for the Republicans show McCain leading by just three points in the Grand Canyon State.


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