First Tracking Polls since debate show Obama’s lead growing

According to the first tracking polls available since the presidential debate Friday evening, Barack Obama’s lead over John McCain continues to grow. According to TPM Election Central, Gallup has Obama up 50% to McCain’s 42%. Yesterday, Gallup had Obama ahead 49% to Obama’s 44%.

Rausmasse has Obama at 50% to McCain’s 44%– no change since yesterday.

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2 Responses to First Tracking Polls since debate show Obama’s lead growing

  1. Pat Matson says:

    Obama understands the American public better than McCain.
    Obama is more presidential than McCain
    McCain seems old and out of touch
    I do Not trust the judgement of a candidate who would pick Palin as his running mate.
    McCain has a condesending attitude toward Obama. Actually Obama is more suited educationally to be president.

  2. DNC + RNC = ROT says:

    Spoil what? Waste what? Steal what?

    Barack Obama we do not doubt your intelligence. To be an effective leader one must also display honesty, compassion, & guts. Stand with Ralph Nader, Ron Paul, & Cynthia McKinney. NOT John McCain. Your choice – your move.

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