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This morning we have a fire hose of poll data. I will relate it to you in as straightforward and concise fashion as possible. And you’re going to want to lean into your radio to hear these numbers, particularly if you’ve been worried about Romney’s prospects. Last week’s debate had a tremendously profound impact on the trajectory of each candidate’s numbers. Now to be sure, President Obama’s post-convention bounce had already ended, and his numbers were slowly waning, but Mitt Romney’s debate performance substantially accelerated the pace of that waning, and here are the latest details.
First thing, The Hill blog gathered results from five different polls showing Mitt Romney leading President Obama among independents by margins of at least four and as many as eighteen points. Rasmussen’s latest poll has Romney up by three in all 11 swing states. Three points. All eleven swing states. American Research Group now has Romney up by one in Ohio . . . with a D+9 partisan weighting model. And now Suffolk Polling has discontinued its surveys in Florida, Virginia, and North Carolina. When asked why, they responded that there is no longer any reason to believe that Obama can win them . . . they are literally abandoning polling because they believe Romney has a lock.
This huge rush of information is just part of the new polling that we’ve seen in the past couple of days that spell out a very ugly scenario for the president – a scenario in which he is deeply susceptible to be beaten by a Ham Sandwich.
Just Wait Until After The VP Debate . . .