Romney Could Take Obama in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Party Affiliation in 2004 Election                                    Party Affiliation in 2008 Election

  • Democrats – 41%                                                      Democrats – 44%
  • Republicans – 39%                                                   Republicans – 37%
  • Independents – 20%                                                 Independents – 18%

Accurate Party Affiliation Polling 2012

  • Democrats – 43%
  • Republicans – 38%
  • Independents – 19%

Friday September 28, 2012

Morning Call

  • Democrats – 47% +4
  • Republicans – 39% +1
  • Independents – 12% -7

This poll does a good job of hiding how it has been skewed. Increases both the Republicans and Democrats polled, but them decreases the Independents that Romney currently leads. Also, they more dramatically increase the Democrats polled and not the Republicans. This poll, when un-skewed, shows Obama with a more narrow lead of 47% over Romney’s 44%.

In the United States Senate Race, we would see a race with Casey in the lead at 42% over Smith’s 38%, again, a much closer race than portrayed.

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Author:Cody Baker

Cody is currently pursuing his bachelors degree in Mass Communications and Journalism at Southeast Missouri State University. He plans to pursue a degree in International Relations upon graduation from SEMO and has plans to also obtain a law degree. He is a passionate Republican and an even more passionate Mitt Romney supporter. Cody recently attended the Republican National Convention in Tampa Florida as a delegate from the 3rd Congressional District in the State of Missouri.

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