Monday, November 3, 2008

Last Tracker of the Day

The Washington Post/ABC tracker is out, and the good news just keeps coming:

Obama 53
McCain 44

The Post article observes about early voters:
Those early voters remain an Obama-leaning group, 58 percent said they voted for the Illinois Democrat, 40 percent for McCain. That's a flip from 2000 and 2004, when George W. Bush scored around 60 percent among early voters.
So the six trackers for today were these:

Hotline, Obama +5
Rasmussen, Obama +6
Research 2000/Daily Kos, Obama +6
Zogby, Obama +7
Gallup Expanded Likely Voter Model, Obama +11
Washington Post/ABC, Obama +11

Talking Points Memo observes:
Adding these polls together and weighting them by the square roots of their sample sizes, Obama is ahead 51.9%-44.3%, a lead of 7.6 points, compared to the 51.5%-44.2% Obama lead from yesterday.
In other words,Obama increased his lead in the weighted average once again.


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