Well, how do ya like dem apples?
The latest daily tracking poll showed Obama, a Democrat, with a lead of 4 percentage points over Romney. Forty-seven percent of 1,457 likely voters surveyed online over the previous four days said they would vote for Obama if the November 6 elections were held today, compared with 43 percent for Romney.
"The bump is actually happening. I know there was some debate whether it would happen... but it's here," said Ipsos pollster Julia Clark, referring to the "bounce" in support that many presidential candidates enjoy after nominating conventions.
So even with the release of the Media Mandated "Dissappointing" Jobs numbers, the pollsters are not only saying the Obama's Bounce is Real - no matter what Fixed News says - but that it just might sustain.
"We don't have another convention now to turn our attention to, so (Obama's bounce) may maintain," Clark said. "How big it'll be and how long it will last remains to be seen."And when you have polls that tend to harden like sediment, they become even more and more difficult to change at the last minute.