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Gallup: Obama Up By 10

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Yeah, what a comeback…

And here are the likely voter numbers…

The details…

Among typical “likely voters” — the subset of registered voters who appear most likely to vote on Election Day according to their current voting intentions and past voting behavior — Obama’s lead is a slightly narrower seven points, 51% to 44%. This assumes that about 60% of the voting age population will vote, slightly higher than the 55% who turned out in 2004.

Among a more broadly defined likely voter group that only takes into account current voting intentions — not past voting behavior — Obama’s lead is the same 10 points as among all registered voters, 53% to 43%. This group represents approximately two-thirds of the general public, a significantly higher proportion than has turned out in any recent election.

More tomorrow…