Gallup polled registered voters, not likely voters. Romney does better in polls of likely voters.
If Gallup was using LV instead of RV, they would probably show a bigger Romney lead than Rasmussen shows. Yet media ignores Rasmussen.
— L (@OrwellForks) September 18, 2012
Note that 7 percent of the sample was undecided. In races that include an incumbent, most undecided voters usually end up voting for the challenger.
Clearly, Romney is still very much in this race, notwithstanding the anti-Romney MSM narrative.
Interestingly, Obama is polling at … 47 percent. Wait, does that number sound familiar?
Obama has 47%, according to Gallup. Explain to me how Romney was wrong, again? #TCOT
— Marjorie Jeffrey (@MarjorieJeffrey) September 18, 2012
Rasmussen Colorado poll: Romney 47, Obama 45
Shhh! Top-secret Rasmussen poll shows Romney still up by 2
Erick Erickson says Romney is losing; Rasmussen begs to differ
Ezra Klein: ‘If you look at the numbers, the Romney campaign is in serious trouble’
David Frum: Romney is losing because he doesn’t pander enough
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/09/18/gallup-obamas-post-convention-bounce-is-gone/