June 14, 2008

Obama Pulls Away From McCain in Early Polls


Drumbeats from LatinoPundit pointed me to NBC/WSJ polling information that clearly shows that issues Obama had with Hispanic voters in the Democratic primary do not appear to exist in the general election against John McCain.

Overall, Obama leads McCain among registered voters, 47 to 41 percent, which is outside the poll’s margin of error. Obama also leads McCain in head-to-head polling results from the following groups:
  • African Americans - 83-7 percent
  • Hispanics - 62-28
  • Clinton Democrative Primary voters - 61-19
  • Women - 52-33
  • Catholics - 47-40
  • Blue-Collar Workers - 47-42
  • Independents - 41-36
These numbers look good from where I sit. What say u?

4 comments:

Marcus LANGFORD said...

They look pretty good to me too. Ain't nobody trying to have no ex-POW running the country; we'd be in a worse situation than we are now!

:::Marcus LANGFORD:::

Villager said...

Marcus - Out of curiousity, do you see yourself as voting against McCain or for Obama in this year's election?

Tony H said...

barack really is the future, like even if hes not the best qualifie, he'll come in with new and fresh ideas

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Villager said...

Tony - Good luck on the entrepreneurial effort for Barack. Ensure that you and others you know are registered to vote in November ... then make sure that y'all take care of your business. He is our future, however, we must do our part...