OBAMA 50%, MCCAIN 47%
1,000 likely voters surveyed on October 5th/Margin of error 3%
"These results are quite a change from a month ago when McCain was up by six points. However, over that month, the national trends and virtually all statewide polling has swung significantly in Obama’s direction," writes Rasmussen.
- Obama holds an 11-point advantage among unaffiliated voters
- He leads women by 6 points and trails men by 1
- 49% say they trust Obama on the economy, compared to 46% for McCain