Saturday, July 12, 2008

Newsweek Poll: Obama's glow may be 'fading'

Posted on Michelle Malkin's Hot Air blog yesterday comes a story about the latest Newsweek poll:

A month after emerging victorious from the bruising Democratic nominating contest, some of Barack Obama’s glow may be fading. In the latest NEWSWEEK Poll, the Illinois senator leads Republican nominee John McCain by just 3 percentage points, 44 percent to 41 percent. The statistical dead heat is a marked change from last month’s NEWSWEEK Poll, where Obama led McCain by 15 points, 51 percent to 36 percent.
Now if there was just a way to eliminate BOTH candidates, I'd be a little more pleased. At least the Obamessiah isn't untouchable.

One interesting update to the article:

Update: A reader points out that the last page of the polling data shows a R/D/I split of 28/35/33, which doesn’t match the raw sample numbers. The report states that Newsweek weighted the data in accordance with demographic information from the Census Bureau. If they weighted the sample to this degree, then Obama’s in much bigger trouble than I first thought.
Hallelujah! Perhaps the American people are starting to figure out the rhetoric of B. Hussein Obama.

Read the article here.

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