Tracking Poll Update: Not Much Movement
by Jonathan Singer, Sun Oct 12, 2008 at 11:49:23 AM EDT
Here are today's numbers:
Again today there appears to be slight movement, though the overall average looks much the same as it has for more than two weeks, with Barack Obama pulling in between 49.25 and 51.25 percent of the vote and John McCain pulling in between 41.75 and 43.00 percent. The last 15 days, in fact, have been among the most calm in the polling during the general election, with very little, if any, real movement in the national polling (even as the state-by-state polling has caught up and Obama has jumped to a major electoral college lead). None of this is good for the McCain campaign.
Feel free to consider this a thread on the state of the race, as well as a general open thread... What's on your mind?