Obama +1 in Ohio — Gravis Marketing

More polls seeking through the Obama re-election filter.  The latest from Gravis Marketing in Ohio shows President Obama leading by just under 1-point in Ohio  45.2 to 44.3 with a large undecided vote at 10.4. The party ID was D +10 (Dem 41, Rep 31, Ind 28) which is high compared to 2008 at D +8 (Dem 39, Rep 31, Ind 30) and 2004 at R +5 (Dem 35, Rep 40, Ind 25).

For President Percent
Barack Obama 45.2
Mitt Romney 44.3
Other/Unsure 10.4

4 Comments

  1. John fisher
    Posted September 24, 2012 at 9:21 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Given the internals you sow, this might be one of the better polls I have seen for Romney.

  2. John fisher
    Posted September 24, 2012 at 9:23 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I mean polls you show… I didn’t mean to cal you a farm animal!

  3. Shauna
    Posted September 24, 2012 at 9:35 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Thanks for blogging this stuff. I get so discouraged. I know Romney is the kind of quality person that rarely gets involved in politcs and it is so discouraging to see the propaganda directed at proving him to be Scrooge McDuck!!!! This time, I think the good guys win. And it is hard to keep up the faith in the face of all the disinformation out there.

  4. ed
    Posted September 24, 2012 at 9:41 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Elation!!! National review also has a brief but good piece regarding the curious, seemingly anomalous, situation where O is currently drawing so much less support comparing 2008 actual turn-out to current registered voters, yet, the piece asks, “why isn’t Romney up by 10 points”.

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