Rasmussen: Romney leads in Ohio by two
The previous Rasmussen poll in Ohio had them tied. The RCP average for Ohio is a 1.9 Obama advantage.
Reader Andrew B. tells me that Rasmussen is one of the least reliable polls, in that it’s skewed toward Republicans, consistently giving them two or three points more than they get in the election. That shocked me, as my previous information was that Rasmussen was more reliable than other polls, which are skewed to Dems. I’d have to undertake a whole study of polling to determine which view is correct.
Rasmussen has Obama ahead 237-206 with 95 electoral votes in Tossup states, but of the eight Tossup states, he has Romney ahead in Florida, Ohio, Virginia, Colorado, and New Hampshire to reach 279 while Obama is ahead only in Nevada to reach 243: Wisconsin and Iowa, with 16 votes among them, are tied.Vinteuil writes:
Your commenter Andrew B. is, quite obviously, a “concern troll”—a leftist masquerading as a Republican.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 29, 2012 01:25 PM | Send