Poll Update (9/19)

Obama has to be pleased with today's haul. Marsist College shows Obama with a lead in each of the big three, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Ohio. If you look at these three polls as a continuum and just assume they have a four point bias towards Obama, he still has a lead in Pennsylvania and Michigan. I'm not saying these polls report the defacto state of the race, but they certainly are interesting. There weren't nearly as many polls released today as in the past couple days, but still a decent catch:

Alabama (9)SurveyUSA9/17/200834642
Alaska (3)Research 2000, DailyKos (D)9/17/200838557
Indiana (11)Rasmussen Reports9/18/200847494
Indiana (11)American Research Group9/18/200844479
Iowa (7)SurveyUSA9/18/200854433
Kentucky (8)Research 2000, DailyKos (D)9/17/200837558
Maine (4)Rasmussen Reports9/17/200850464
Michigan (17)Marist College9/15/200852435
New Jersey (15)Strategic Vision (R)9/16/2008474310
North Carolina (15)Elon University9/16/2008354124
North Dakota (3)American Research Group9/18/200843525
Ohio (20)Marist College9/15/200847458
Oklahoma (7)American Research Group9/18/200834615
Pennsylvania (21)Marist College9/15/200849447
Washington (11)American Research Group9/18/200850446
Washington (11)Strategic Vision (R)9/16/2008474211

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3 Response(s) to Poll Update (9/19)

Angela Horvath
9/19/2008 7:26:37 PM CT

I had no problem this time. But numerous times before I could never get to this site. THANK YOU FOR THE LINK!
9/20/2008 7:57:42 AM CT

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9/20/2008 11:31:44 AM CT

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