The reason this poll is so important is that Barack has broken over 50% (to 52%). Second, McCain’s main problem is he chose Sarah Palin, and there’s nothing he can do to change that. 55% of the voters think she’s not qualified to be President.

With two weeks to go until Election Day, Obama now leads his Republican rival by 10 points among registered voters, 52 to 42 percent, up from 49 to 43 percent two weeks ago.

Obama’s current lead is also fueled by his strength among independent voters (topping McCain 49 to 37 percent), suburban voters (53 to 41), Catholics (50 to 44) and white women (49 to 45).

As Chuck Todd said today,’Sarah Palin had to work pretty hard to be more of a drag on John McCain than George Bush was’.

The Country just wants a change. Barring some massive vote stealing conspiracy like the one Bobby Kennedy and Greg Palast have been writing about, this election is over. In fact Obama could win in a Landslide and bring in a 60 seat Senate Majority.

Then we would see some change.

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0 Responses to NBC/WSJ Poll

  1. douglas newhouse says:

    old news

  2. museincognito says:


    (This link is more apt here than “Voter Registration”)

    How likely is it that some machines are programmed for Repubs across the entire ticket without actually showing it on screen for the voter(s) to see? Very, I imagine.

    Oh. My. God. If McCain wins…. Get out the vote!!!

  3. Michael Spencer says:

    Thanks for capitalizing ‘Country’. I’m not a goofy flag-waver. And at first, I thought it was a bit much. But on reflection, I realize that we should all understand what ‘country’ means. I appreciate the underline.

  4. MS says:

    Note that – Kennedy and Palast are releasing, simultaneously with the Rolling Stone investigative report what they call —

    The Vote-Theft ‘Antidote’: a 24-page full-color comic book, Steal Back Your Vote

    You can download or obtain it in print at their non-partisan website


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