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Friday, October 24, 2008

Obama Holding Seven-Point Lead Over McCain in Latest Rasmussen Tracking Poll - 10/24/08

Barack Obama is holding his lead over John McCain in the latest Rasmussen Tracking Poll. Obama continues to lead McCain by seven-points, 52%-45%:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday once again shows Barack Obama attracting 52% of the vote while John McCain earns 45%.

Obama leads by sixteen points among women, including a three-point advantage among white women. McCain leads by three among men. Obama now is supported by twelve percent (12%) of Republicans while McCain gets the vote from 10% of Democrats. . . .

Thirty-six percent (36%) of voters have already cast their ballots or plan to vote early this year. That figure includes 37% of Obama supporters and 35% of those for McCain. Forty-nine percent (49%) of African-American voters say they will be voting early. Voters not affiliated with either major party are far less likely to vote early than partisans.

Today’s results mark the 29th straight day that Obama’s support has stayed between 50% or above 52%. During that period, the number voting for McCain has stayed in the 44% to 46% range every day and the gap between the candidates has ranged from four to eight percentage points.

Fifty-seven percent (57%) of voters have a favorable opinion of Barack Obama while 53% say the same about John McCain. Those figures include 41% with a Very Favorable opinion of Obama and 26% who are that enthusiastic about McCain (see trends). Seventy-six percent (76%) of Democrats have a Very Favorable opinion of Obama. Just 54% of Republicans have a Very Favorable opinion of McCain.


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