Obama – 50%
McCain – 43%
Definitely a different story in today’s Rasmussen poll from Gallup’s, and I’ll start following this one on a daily basis to show the differences between the two.
The 5 day:
06/08/2008: McCain – 43%, Obama – 50%
06/07/2008: McCain – 45%, Obama – 48%
06/06/2008: McCain – 43%, Obama – 48%
06/05/2008: McCain – 45%, Obama – 47%
06/04/2008: McCain – 45%, Obama – 47%
Obamaâ€™s bounce is the result of growing unity among the Democratic Party. Eighty-one percent (81%) of Democrats say they will vote for Obama over McCain. Thatâ€™s the highest level of party support ever enjoyed by Obama. Still, three-out-of-ten voters are either uncommitted or could change their mind before Election Day. Fifty-six percent (56%) of those swayable voters are women and most earn less than $60,000 a year. There are more conservatives than liberals among these potential swing voters.
Looks like Obama still has a lot of bridges to mend with those blue collar women, but if he can pull it off this looks like quite a difficult fight for McCain.