Sunday, August 24, 2008

Poll Watch update

Gallup: Obama 46%, McCain 44%
Rasmussen: Obama 48%, McCain 46%
WaPo/ABC: Obama 49%, McCain 45%

From the Washington Post:
Obama's selection of Biden is unlikely to shake up the race in the short term. Three-quarters of registered voters said Obama's choice of Biden, a six-term U.S. senator, would not sway their votes in either direction. And among those who said the selection would make a difference, about as many said they were more likely to support Obama with Biden on the ticket as said they would be less likely to do so.
But what if he had named Hillary? If Obama had named Clinton as his VP, 32% said they would have been more likely to vote Democrat, compared to 13% for Biden. Feel the burn, PUMAs! And let's watch that ad again, shall we?

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