In Independent Voters May Have Shifted Toward Obama, Polls Show we learn that analysis of the last six major national polls show likely independent voters have shifted to President Obama by five an half percent over the last two weeks.
The combined results of six national polls show likely independent voters shifting toward President Barack Obama by more than 5 points over the past two weeks. In polls conducted by those firms between Oct. 29 and Nov. 4, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney led among independents by an average of 1.5 points, compared to 7 points between Oct. 22 and Oct. 29.
This is more good news confirming the last breaking movements we've seen towards President Obama in national polls and battle ground states, and undermines one of the central most rationalization Republicans have been using on blogs to claim Mitt Romney will win tomorrow despite the majority of pundits and evidence from an overwhelming number of polls.
The author attributes this surge to the highly favorable coverage our Presidents outstanding reaction to the devastation caused by hurricane Sandy. "Two thirds of likely voters approved of his reaction to the storm's aftermath, according to an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll."
And, CNN's Republican pundit Alex Castellanos wittily noted that "Post-Sandy survey data ... indicates the storm may have blown away Romney's advantage with independents, at least temporarily."Let's hope that tomorrow American voters will repudiate Mendacious Mitt, Lying Ryan and the obstructionist Congressional Tea Party zealots, and blow their whole perverse right-wing ideology right out of the water, showing them once and for our nation sees that they are all wet.