Mid-September Polls Are Not The Last Word On Senate Races
The perennial question about election polls is back again, if ever it left: how far can we trust them? Should we disregard all other evidence but what the current polling of individual Senate races tells us – which is, at this writing, that if the election was held today, Republicans would gain 6 seats in the Senate to hold a narrow 51-48 majority? As usual, | Read More »
Are Women Really for Romney? And if so, why?
The latest NYT/CBS poll shows Romney leading Obama among all women voters 46% to 44%. This has come as a shock to liberals and the main stream media and a pleasant surprise to conservatives. This poll may just be an aberration. It is not uncommon for Democratic presidential candidates to have a 10 point or higher lead among women over their Republican counter-part. So to | Read More »
Is Romney Winning New Jersey?
The latest Quinnipiac poll shows Obama leading Romney 49% to 39 % among registered voters. If we look at the trend of the polls in New Jersey as shown on RealClearPolitics.com we see Obama’s lead over the last three months going from +14 to +13 to now +10. But we have to remember that these polls are all polls of registered voters, not likely voters. | Read More »