Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Morning tracker roundup

Steady as she goes; "stable" is the word again today.

Rasmussen apparently has bought a new photocopier, because his numbers remain the same one day after the other:

Obama 50
McCain 45

Notes the Republican-leaning pollster:
That’s the fourth straight day with identical numbers and the twentieth straight day that Obama’s support has stayed in the narrow range from 50% to 52% while McCain has been at 44% of 45%.
Research 2000/Daily Kos likewise holds steady with the numbers it reported yesterday:

Obama 52
McCain 41

Observes DemFromCT:
On successive individual days in the R2K poll (different than the topline, which is a combined three day sample), Obama was up +11 Sun, +10 Mon and +12. There's no poll tightening here, folks. Steady as she goes.
Diageo Hotline stays more or less constant with a slight widening of Obama's lead from yesterday:

Obama 49
McCain 41

The numbers yesterday and the day before were 48-42.

Zogby seems to stagger around like a drunk on a bender. His numbers from a week ago Monday have been these: Obama +3, +2, +3, +5, +4, +6, +4, +6, +4. Even so, we should be mindful that Zogby's numbers vary within his margin of error, and so he also is measuring a stable race. Today's tracker is this:

Obama 48
McCain 44


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