Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Polling Update - October 28th - One More Week

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"For those of you who are feeling giddy or cocky or think this is all set, I just have two words for you: New Hampshire," - Barack Obama
Rasmussen Tracking Poll: Obama 51, McCain 46 (Obama 51, McCain 46).
Hotline: Obama 50, McCain 42 (Obama 50, McCain 42).
Daily Kos: Obama 50, McCain 43 (Obama 50, McCain 42).
Gallup: Obama 49, McCain 47 (Obama 50, McCain 45).

Four poll average: Obama 50, McCain 44.5 (Obama 50.25, McCain 43.75).

Here's the overall national trend from Pollster.com.

And if you're wondering... Gallup's expanded poll is at 51 - 44.

From Pew Research Center
Barack Obama leads John McCain by a 52% to 36% margin in Pew’s latest nationwide survey of 1,325 registered voters. This is the fourth consecutive survey that has found support for the Republican candidate edging down. In contrast, since early October weekly Pew surveys have shown about the same number of respondents saying they back Obama. When the sample is narrowed to those most likely to vote, Obama leads by 53% to 38%.