Thursday, October 23, 2008

McCain Within 1.1 in IBD/TIPP Poll

Anyone sense momentum with McCain?
McCain has cut into Obama's lead for a second day and is now just 1.1 points behind. The spread was 3.7 Wednesday and 6.0 Tuesday. The Republican is making headway with middle- and working- class voters, and has surged 10 points in two days among those earning between $30,000 and $75,000. He has also gone from an 11-point deļ¬cit to a 9-point lead among Catholics.
Oh, and by the way, look at their track record.
An analysis of Final Certified Results for the 2004 election showed IBD's polling partner, TIPP, was the most accurate pollster of the campaign season.
Curious how we've been hearing about this huge wave of support for Obama among young voters.

Then how do you explain McCain having a 74-22% advantage among those 18-24? It's asterisked due to a small small sample, but still, that's one heck of an advantage.

Something is going on here when you have this poll at 1.1 points and this Zogby poll at 10 points.

A full look at the wildly fluctuating numbers here.

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