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A new poll from Rasmussen Reports is more bad news for former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore.
We have seen just what can happen when government officials and agencies are not held accountable. The Federal Reserve, or Fed, should not be excluded from this accountability.
The Democratic Party ticket appears poised for a sweep of the state races next Tuesday, according to a new poll from Roanoke College released Wednesday.
A new Rasmussen Reports survey of Virginia voters has Democrat Terry McAuliffe with a commanding 17-point lead over Republican Ken Cuccinelli in the Virginia governor’s race.
Column by Chris Graham Health-care reform opponents speak as if it’s a given that the passage of reform including a public option and new mandates for private insurers will be an act of political suicide by Democrats. Take comments from Bill Wilson, the president of the advocacy group Americans for Limited Government, released today on […]
A new Rasmussen Reports poll has Republican gubernatorial nominee Bob McDonnell leading Democrat Creigh Deeds by a 54 percent-to-41 percent margin, and a new Virginia Commonwealth University Commonwealth Poll has McDonnell leading by a 54 percent-to-36 percent gap. Both polls, released on Wednesday, make clear that the strategy of the Deeds campaign to hinge its […]
The gap has narrowed a bit, but the latest Rasmussen Reports poll in the Virginia governor’s race still has Republican Bob McDonnell comfortably ahead of Democrat Creigh Deeds. McDonnell has a 50 percent-to-43 percent lead over Deeds in the latest Rasmussen survey of Virginia voters, which was released Tuesday afternoon. The McDonnell lead in the […]
A new poll from Rasmussen Reports has Bob McDonnell reopening a healthy lead over Creigh Deeds in the Virginia governor’s race. The Rasmussen poll has McDonnell with a 51 percent-to-42 percent lead over Deeds. Deeds had narrowed the McDonnell lead two weeks ago to a 48 percent-to-46 percent margin.
What was a nine-point advantage for Bob McDonnell in the Virginia governor’s race two weeks ago is now down to two, according to a new poll by Rasmussen Reports released Thursday afternoon. The poll has McDonnell’s lead at 48 percent to 46 percent for Creigh Deeds. McDonnell led two weeks ago by a 51 percent-to-42 […]
Two new polls are out on the Virginia governor’s race, and both still have Republican Bob McDonnell in the lead over Democrat Creigh Deeds, though the gap is clearly narrowing, to the point that one pollster is suggesting that Deeds could be surging into the lead. Deeds actually led in the two days of polling […]
Republican Bob McDonnell has a three-point lead on Democrat Creigh Deeds in the 2009 Virginia governor’s race, according to a poll out today from Rasmussen Reports. The poll has McDonnell at 44 percent and Deeds at 41 percent. Rasmussen had Deeds ahead by a 47 percent-to-41 percent margin after the June 9 Democratic Party primary.
A new poll has Republican Bob McDonnell leading all three of his potential Democratic Party rivals for governor this week. McDonnell leads former Northern Virginia state legislator Brian Moran by a 39 percent-to-36 percent margin in a poll released Thursday evening by Rasmussen Reports. The attorney general had trailed Moran in a December Rasmussen poll […]
And the winner is … Brian Moran. OK, so he’s the leader on his way to the first tee. Moran is the only one of the three candidates for the ’09 Democratic Party gubernatorial nomination who would beat presumptive Republican nominee Bob McDonnell in a head-to-head matchup, according to a poll released today by Rasmussen […]
Story by Chris Graham email@example.com Gallup and Larry Sabato are calling it a Barack Obama landslide, and a summary of the other major national polls has the Democrat on the verge of making history. Gallup’s final pre-election estimate has Obama winning 55 percent of the vote to Republican John McCain’s 44 percent. Sabato, the University […]
Story by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org Two new polls have Democrat Barack Obama opening a double-digit lead in Virginia as the campaign enters the final month. A SurveyUSA poll released this morning has Obama leading Republican John McCain by a 53 percent-to-43 percent margin. A new Suffolk poll released today has Obama ahead of McCain by […]
Story by Chris Graham email@example.com A new CNN/Time Magazine/Opinion Research Corp. poll has Barack Obama up by nine points in Virginia over John McCain in the 2008 presidential race. The poll, released today, has the Democrat leading McCain by a 53 percent-to-44 percent margin. The last CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corp. poll in Virginia, taken two weeks […]
Item by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org Two national tracking polls have Barack Obama opening the biggest lead of the fall campaign and close to the biggest lead of the ’08 campaign cycle over John McCain. Gallup’s tracking poll has Obama ahead of McCain by a 50 percent-to-42 percent margin. Those numbers are based on interviews conducted […]
Analysis by Chris Graham email@example.com Battleground Virginia continues to tighten – and a new poll has Barack Obama with a four-point lead over John McCain. A SurveyUSA poll released yesterday had Obama ahead of McCain in Virginia by a 50 percent-to-46 percent margin. A week ago, SurveyUSA had McCain ahead of Obama by a 49 […]
Analysis by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org John McCain has a slight lead in Virginia, but Barack Obama has drawn even nationwide after McCain’s Republican National Convention bounce. That is the finding of Rasmussen Reports, which has Obama and McCain even at 48 percent of the national vote in its daily tracking poll while giving McCain a […]
Analysis by Chris Graham email@example.com Barack Obama got a six- to eight-point bounce out of the Democratic National Convention. John McCain appears to have gotten at least a similarly-sized bounce out of the Republican National Convention that followed a week later. Advantage: McCain, who has seized the momentum heading into the fall campaign proper. Gallup […]
Analysis by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org Hillary Clinton voters once uncertain about Barack Obama’s readiness to be president are now moving solidly into the Obama camp, pushing Obama above 50 percent in two national polls. Obama stood at 51 percent in today’s daily tracking poll from Rasmussen Reports and at 50 percent in the daily tracking […]
Item by Chris Graham email@example.com Barack Obama has a good head start on building a Virginia base. John McCain, though behind, is trying to get caught up. The McCain campaign is holding events statewide tonight under the “McCain Nation” banner as part of an effort to get the ground war in Virginia going.
Analysis by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org If Barack Obama was to go strictly by the positive numbers, he’d have John Edwards making a second run at the job of second most powerful person in the free world. A Rasmussen Reports survey released on Monday showed that the former North Carolina senator and 2004 Democratic Party vice-presidential […]
Analysis by Chris Graham email@example.com For all the posturing between Barack Obama and John McCain over what to do about Iraq, has either of them asked the American people what they want to see done? Hint – McCain might want to begin this conversation sooner rather than later.
Analysis by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org The battle of two ex-governors is still looking like a Mark Warner landslide. A Rasmussen Reports poll released today has the Democrat Warner ahead of Republican Jim Gilmore by a commanding 57 percent-to-34 percent margin. The poll was conducted on Wednesday of 500 Virginia voters.
Analysis by Chris Graham email@example.com It’s a dead heat in Virginia between Barack Obama and John McCain. That’s the rendering of a Rasmussen Reports poll of 500 Virginia voters released today. The poll, conducted on Wednesday, had Obama and McCain each drawing 44 percent of the votes of those surveyed.
Analysis by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org President Bush’s approval rating is at its lowest point in his presidency, and one of the bottom 10 approval ratings on record. But even with that being the case, he’s twice as popular as Congress. Bush’s average quarterly approval rating is at 29 percent for the most recent quarter surveyed […]