Poll Update (9/30)

Obama is now winning or tied in essentially every state he thought he could compete in; North Carolina, Virgnia, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, the list goes on. McCain is in serious trouble, and today's polls backup this claim:

RacePollsterEndDateObamaMcCainOther
Arizona (10)Rasmussen Reports9/29/200838593
Florida (27)Public Policy Polling (D)9/28/200849465
Georgia (15)SurveyUSA9/29/200844524
Indiana (11)SurveyUSA9/29/200845487
National (538)ABC News, Washington Post9/29/200848457
National (538)American Research Group9/29/200849456
Nevada (5)American Research Group9/29/200847494
New Jersey (15)Strategic Vision (R)9/28/2008483913
New Jersey (15)SurveyUSA9/28/200852426
North Carolina (15)American Research Group9/29/200846495
Ohio (20)InsiderAdvantage9/29/200847458
Ohio (20)SurveyUSA9/29/200848493
Virginia (13)InsiderAdvantage9/29/200851454
Virginia (13)American Research Group9/29/200846495

Investor's seem to be optimistic that some sort of bailout bill will be passed judging by the jump in the Dow, up almost 400 points. Unlike the traders I'm starting to legitimately question whether such a bill will actually get done. The White House is pushing the bill, McCain is pushing the bill, but when push came to shove they could not even get their constituency to support the bill. If you look at Arizonan and Alaskan Representatives, none of them voted for the "Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008." If the Republican's are going to paint a doomsday scenario, they need to support their rhetoric with votes.

I'll have an article up later tonight on the ramification's of McCain's failed "suspension" gimmick and what steps he must take to restore credibility.

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