The University of New Hampshire Survey Center released some amazing news for the Obama campaign which is detrimental to the Romney Campaign.
With one month remaining before the November 6 election, Barack Obama has opened up a statistically significant lead over Mitt Romney in the battleground state of New Hampshire. In the most recent Granite State Poll, 52% of likely New Hampshire voters plan to vote for Obama, 37% say they will support Romney, 3% prefer some other candidate, and 9% say they are undecided. When undecided voters are asked which candidate they lean toward, Obama’s lead increases to 54% to 39% for Romney, with 3% preferring another candidate and 4% remain undecided.
There is a gender gap that continues to favor Obama — women prefer Obama over Romney by 27 percentage points, double the 14% lead he held among women in early September. Romney’s lead among men has disappeared –46% of men say they will vote for Obama while 43% say they will vote for Romney.
The Republicans edge in motivation has disappeared. Among those who say they are extremely interested in the election,Obama leads by 52% to 40%. Throughout 2012, Romney had held a slim advantage among voters who were most interested in the election. http://www.unh.edu/survey-center/news/pdf/gsp2012_fall_presapp100112.pdf
We must remain vigilant and keep pushing all the way to the elections.