David Kirkpatrick

October 13, 2008

The Gallup Poll Daily has Obama up 51% to 41%

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , — David Kirkpatrick @ 1:37 pm

From this link:

Voter preferences in the presidential race continue to be generally auspicious for Barack Obama’s election prospects only three weeks ahead of the eve of Election Day. Obama leads McCain by 10 percentage points, 51% to 41%, among all registered voters, according to Gallup Poll Daily tracking from Oct. 10-12.


The percentage of registered voters favoring Obama has been 50%, 51%, or 52% in each Gallup Poll Daily tracking report since Oct. 4. Support for McCain has been a steady 41% to 43% across the same time period. Thus, although the gap between the two candidates has varied from seven to 11 points in recent days, voter preferences have, in fact, been quite stable. (To view the complete trend since March 7, 2008, click here.)

1 Comment »

  1. Date:Tuesday Oct 15,2008

    Yesterday, Obama unveiled a tax plan that would offer a six month moratorium to home owners..OK, fine. But, what about the people who don’t own a house such as, the homeless and poor…where is their plan their moratorium after all, shouldn’t Obama not forget about his distant brother George Obama, should he win the election.

    I can’t wait until Nov.4th election..because, it will be the voters not the posters ,who decides who’s up and who’s down in this Presidential election..


    You can assume that all of Hillary’s PUMA’s have but all been covered if you want to. But,
    I assure you there will be housandts of us voting on Nov 4th,..saying No Obama regardless, of what Bill & Hillary have said on behalf of Senator Obama.
    and so, we will just wait until the election and vote McCain in anyway.”.. Yes, our voice is going to cost Obama the toss-up, election.


    Emmery Jones Jr/Hillary PUMA
    Medical Record’s Admin.CCS-P
    Graduate:William Rainey Harper College

    Comment by Emmery Jones Jr Medical Record's Admin.CCS-P — October 15, 2008 @ 3:40 pm

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