Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Pennsylvania Poll:Obama 53 Mccain 46 (gains 7 pts)

In Pennsylvania, John McCain has pulled back within single digits of Barack Obama. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of voters in the state shows Obama with 53% of the vote while McCain picks up 46%. That seven-point margin is half the 13-point advantage Obama enjoyed early in October. Not coincidentally, Obama’s current lead is matched by a seven-point advantage on the question of which candidate is trusted more on the economy.

1 comment:

Dee B. said...

on my way to PA this weekend with a bunch of PUMAs...

we have been working on PA for the past few weekend...we can do this.