Romney Takes Lead in Final Rasmussen Poll …Also Leads in Final Gallup Poll As Well


In the final Rasmussen poll before the 2012 Presidential election, Mitt Romney has taken the lead over Barack Obama 49% to 48%.

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 49% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns the vote from 48%. Two percent (1%) prefer some other candidate, and one percent (1%) remains undecided.

Rasmussen Reports will conduct our final tracking poll tonight and release the results early Tuesday morning. Later today, we will issue our final swing state polls including Ohio, Virginia and New Hampshire.

Mitt Romney also leads Obama in the daily Gallup poll, 49% to 48%. . What we are witnessing in the polls is that an incumbent president cannot poll over 50%. If as Gallup is reporting that early voting is breaking for Obama by only 49% to 48%, Obama is in for a long election night. Barack Obama would have needed to have early voting break by a much greater number than 1%.

The polling is over and it’s time to vote. Let’s vote for America, not revenge.

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  • Comments

    8 Responses to “Romney Takes Lead in Final Rasmussen Poll …Also Leads in Final Gallup Poll As Well”

    1. Lightwave on November 6th, 2012 4:49 am

      Today we make our choice…”forward”…and leaving Obamee, the broken, race-baiting, statist, misogynist Democrat party and its culture of dependency and enslavement behind for good.

      This is the day where we decide who runs the country, the makers or the takers, whether or not we revive America, or we drown as a broken country, on the way to another civil war.

      I would say “choose wisely” except there really isn’t a choice. You’re an American, or you’re an enemy of the people. Remember who had the Obamee lawn signs and the bumper stickers. They’re not your friends.

    2. fiz on November 6th, 2012 11:41 am


      what a pathetic statement
      either you vote republican or your not an american.

      but im sure you will be the first to use your helthcare or medicare. Of course until Romney turns it into a voucher and you have no healthcare or medicare…
      or the first to ask for help if there is a disaster,
      typical republican
      SM: LOL, I guess I got under your skin with your own candidate’s words.

      Your comment shows just how uninformed and ignorant you truly are. Instead of making derogatory comments about others, go read a book. Go inform yourself so you are not a walking, hateful individual.

      Obama said, vote for revenge.

      Romney said, vote for love of country.

      So I guess you are calling Obama un-American.

    3. A Texas Grandfather on November 6th, 2012 2:43 pm

      There lies the difference in character between the two candidates. One says “vote for America” while the other says “vote for revenge”.

      What does “vote for revenge” stand for? Is it because the socialist/progressive the WH is not getting his way or is it more sinister than that?

      One is ugly in his speech while the other is joyful and pulling for our country.

      I choose joy and country over ugly every time.

    4. fiz on November 6th, 2012 3:14 pm


    5. fiz on November 6th, 2012 3:17 pm

      just amazing ANY poll you agree with is the headline and just all true
      any one you don’t agree with is bias

      your gold standard has problems to…..He doesn’t poll cell phones….perfect for the gop….old white guy party that doesn’t realize cell phones exist….

      enjoy the election…….cant wait to see you implode….
      SM: You posts here will be courteous. If you use the term “racist” again, you will be banned.

    6. fiz on November 7th, 2012 6:18 am

      well well well
      Scott Rasmussen is not the gold standard
      imagine that

      Hillary in 2016

    7. PublicEnemy2u on November 7th, 2012 12:28 pm

      Well, it’s a mandate now. The American people rejected the GOP ideas. The house is next. Look at the trend! I hope the GOP pushes hard on Obama since now that re-election is past he’s going to
      be able to focus on issues that improve the lives of the middle class. Mitch McConnell and John Boehner are next (the HELL NO crowd) Allen West is history (He’ll make a great used car salesman) The GOP was selling fear and WE the people didn’t buy it.
      Sm: There is no mandate. American voters just put back in exactly what was there prior to election … a Dem Prez, a Den Senate and a GOP House. For all the complaining that people did of a dysfunctional govt, they just put back in the exact same thing. Oh BTW Obama received far fewer votes than in 2008 and from my accounts is the first president to win reelection for 2nd term with less votes and % than the first term.

      Far from a mandate.

    8. fiz on November 7th, 2012 1:25 pm

      gold standard?????
      told you he needed to adjust…sure polls were wrong……nope….Rasmussen was wrong…

      “This race was very likely the last presidential election of the telephone polling era. While the industry did an excellent job of projecting last night’s election, entirely new techniques will need to be developed before 2016. The central issue is that phone polling worked for decades because that was how people communicated. In the 21st century, that is no longer true.”

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