Marist: Obama Still Leads in Iowa and Wisconsin

By: Friday October 19, 2012 10:18 am

If President Obama can hold on to Ohio, where he is currently favored to win, he only needs to capture one or two other swing states to get to 270 Electoral College votes. It appears one of the most likely combinations would be for Obama to win maybe Iowa and Wisconsin. A new set of [...]

Quinnipiac: Romney Makes Small Gains in CO and WI

By: Thursday October 11, 2012 11:04 am

There’s a slew of new swing state polling out today. In addition the the Marist polls, there’s also a new set of CBS News/NYT/Quinnipiac polls. From Quinnipiac: COLORADO: Romney 48 – Obama 47, compared to Obama 48 – Romney 47 Sept. 19 VIRGINIA: Obama 51 – Romney 46, compared to Obama 50 – Romney 46 [...]

WI Sen: Multiple Polls Confirm Tammy Baldwin in the Lead

By: Friday September 21, 2012 5:18 pm

The collapse for Mitt Romney isn’t the only good news Democrats have gotten recently. The chances of the party retaining control of the Senate have improved at least in part to strong polling coming out of Wisconsin. Multiple polls this week all show Democrat Tammy Baldwin holds a modest lead in the Senate race against [...]

Romney Takes One Point Lead in Wisconsin

By: Tuesday August 21, 2012 2:32 pm

We now have our first really solid evidence that choosing Rep. Paul Ryan (WI) may have actually helped Mitt Romney politically. The latest poll from PPP finds that Romney has a one point lead in Wisconsin and that Ryan may have helped cement the Republican base for him. From PPP: PPP’s first Wisconsin poll since [...]

Obama Leads in Wisconsin by Just Four Points

By: Friday August 17, 2012 10:24 am

Wisconsin which has been a reliably blue state in Presidential elections is currently very close. According to the newest CNN/ORC poll of Wisconsin, President Obama has just a four point lead over Mitt Romney among registered voters. CNN (8/13-14) Wisconsin Barack Obama 49% Mitt Romney 45% Neither 4% Other 1% No Opinion 1% It is [...]

Romney Leads in Colorado, Obama up in Virginia and Wisconsin

By: Wednesday August 8, 2012 9:56 am

Mitt Romney currently has a five point lead in Colorado, according to the most recent Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS News Swing State Poll. While Romney leads in Colorado, Obama still holds the advantage in Virginia and Wisconsin. From Quinnipiac: Colorado: Romney at 50 percent to Obama’s 45 percent; Virginia: Obama at 49 percent to Romney’s [...]

May 8th Election Night Primer

By: Tuesday May 8, 2012 12:52 pm

Today has turned into a remarkably eventful May 8th primary. Significant contested elections are currently taking place in Indiana, North Carolina, and Wisconsin. Indiana – Today we may witness the very rare occurrence of a sitting Senator losing a primary. Long time Republican incumbent Dick Lugar appears to be in bad shape heading into today’s [...]

Wisconsin, Maryland, DC Primary Primer

By: Tuesday April 3, 2012 3:30 pm

Voters are currently going to the polls to vote in the Republican primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and the District of Columbia.  So far it looks like it should be a very good night for Mitt Romney. DC and Maryland polls close at 8 pm Eastern; Wisconsin polls close at 9 pm Eastern. In Maryland Romney [...]

Romney Leading in Both Wisconsin and Maryland

By: Monday April 2, 2012 10:13 am

Heading into the Wisconsin and Maryland primaries tomorrow Mitt Romney holds a solid lead over Rick Santorum in both states according to Public Policy Polling. In Wisconsin Romney leads by seven, and in Maryland he leads by a very impressive 25 points. Mitt Romney looks to be headed for another pair of victories in Tuesday’s [...]

Romney With Seven Point Lead in Wisconsin

By: Friday March 30, 2012 9:56 am

Mitt Romney holds a seven point lead over Rick Santorum in the upcoming Wisconsin primary next Tuesday, according to a new Marist/NBC News poll. From Marist: Here is how the contest stands in Wisconsin: 40% for Mitt Romney 33% for Rick Santorum 11% for Ron Paul 8% for Newt Gingrich 7% are undecided “The pattern [...]

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