Poll Update (9/26)

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On to the polls:

Florida (27)Rasmussen Reports9/24/200847485
Missouri (11)SurveyUSA9/24/200846486
Missouri (11)Research 2000, Post-Dispatch9/24/200846477
Montana (3)SurveyUSA9/24/200839529
Oregon (7)Research 2000, DailyKos (D)9/24/200853398
Virginia (13)Rasmussen Reports9/25/200850455

Today brought comparatively few polls, but the collection is very telling. Obama seems to have solidified his lead in Virginia where he's led in four of the last six polls since the 20th of September. Our model now places Virginia in the Lean Dem category for the first time. Virginia's southern neighbor North Carolina may be heading that way too. For now North Carolina still remains very close, with a slight lead to Obama, but NC seems to be trending in Obama's direction. In fact all states seem to be trending in Obama's direction, but that could all change with tonight's debate.

Tonight the first presidential debate of the campaign can be seen at 9 PM ET (8 CT, 6 PT) on any major news network.

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2 Response(s) to Poll Update (9/26)

9/27/2008 1:15:53 AM CT

Who are these people who plan to vote for "Other"? Too pure to vote for someone who might actually win? 9% in Montana plan to go 3rd party? That is nuts!
9/27/2008 1:52:03 AM CT

No, those are the voters that wanted Ron Paul. I'm from Montana and I don't understand it either!

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