Post recall Wisconsin poll: Obama 48, Romney 43

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    Jun 07, 2012 6:20 PM GMT
    We Ask AmericaWhen it became clear Tuesday evening that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker would survive the recall process against challenger Tom Barrett, cable network talking head turned to the key question for many politically minded Americans: what will Wisconsin’s affirmation of Walker mean to the presidential race this fall? Some pundits immediately turned to exit poll results from that day showing that President Obama had nine-point lead over challenger Mitt Romney. But those exit polls were lousy...

    So, once again, we ventured into the Dairy State to ask the vibrant and unpredictable electorate this question: If the election for President were held today, for whom would you vote?

    Here’s what they said:

    Obama: 48%
    Romney: 43%
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    Jun 07, 2012 8:23 PM GMT
    President Obama has consistently had a 5-7 point lead in the polls over Romney in WI.

    The idea that there's any linkage between the Walker race and ANY other political race is just more right-wing lunacy.
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    Jun 07, 2012 8:55 PM GMT
    RickRick91 saidPresident Obama has consistently had a 5-7 point lead in the polls over Romney in WI.

    The idea that there's any linkage between the Walker race and ANY other political race is just more right-wing lunacy.


    But wait, weren't we told that the Walker victory, where he outspent his competitor 7 fold, was the first wave of a ground swell of anti-obama and anti-democrat sentiment across the US? icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jun 08, 2012 2:26 AM GMT
    RickRick91 saidPresident Obama has consistently had a 5-7 point lead in the polls over Romney in WI.

    The idea that there's any linkage between the Walker race and ANY other political race is just more right-wing lunacy.


    It's a lie that the Republicans want to feed themselves. As I'm sure it's already been mentioned, 17% of those who voted for Walker favor Obama over Romney. President Obama doesn't have to worry about Wisconsin.
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    Jun 08, 2012 4:42 AM GMT
    nanidesukedo said
    RickRick91 saidPresident Obama has consistently had a 5-7 point lead in the polls over Romney in WI.

    The idea that there's any linkage between the Walker race and ANY other political race is just more right-wing lunacy.


    But wait, weren't we told that the Walker victory, where he outspent his competitor 7 fold, was the first wave of a ground swell of anti-obama and anti-democrat sentiment across the US? icon_rolleyes.gif




    Yup.

    We were also told by the right-wingers on Fox and the shrieking Repubs here on RJ - that the "liberal" CNN exit poll was way off.

    The right-wingers made this statement before all the votes had been counted.
    AFTER all the votes had been counted - it turned out that CNN had gotten it pretty much correct.

    CNN predicted Walker would win with 52% of the vote - and Walker won with 53% of the vote.

    It was the right-wingers on Fox and the shrieking Repubs here on RJ who were way off.

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    Jun 08, 2012 6:29 PM GMT
    RickRick91 said
    nanidesukedo said
    RickRick91 saidPresident Obama has consistently had a 5-7 point lead in the polls over Romney in WI.

    The idea that there's any linkage between the Walker race and ANY other political race is just more right-wing lunacy.


    But wait, weren't we told that the Walker victory, where he outspent his competitor 7 fold, was the first wave of a ground swell of anti-obama and anti-democrat sentiment across the US? icon_rolleyes.gif




    Yup.

    We were also told by the right-wingers on Fox and the shrieking Repubs here on RJ - that the "liberal" CNN exit poll was way off.

    The right-wingers made this statement before all the votes had been counted.
    AFTER all the votes had been counted - it turned out that CNN had gotten it pretty much correct.

    CNN predicted Walker would win with 52% of the vote - and Walker won with 53% of the vote.

    It was the right-wingers on Fox and the shrieking Repubs here on RJ who were way off.



    Facts don't matter to freedom-hating right wingers.
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    Jun 08, 2012 7:00 PM GMT
    But that's before they try and purge every voter they can who will likely vote democratic .....
    and before they flood they campaign with cash from every lunatic rightwing millionaire and billionaire there is

    I'm very pessimistic when it comes to dealing with republicans because I've seen them at work .... they cannot run and up and up campaign if their lives depended on it