Indiana Polls: McCain Keeps Up His Lead Over Obama

Indiana Polls: McCain Keeps Up His Lead Over Obama Sep’s Obama vs McCain Indiana opinion polls show that Sen. John McCain has an edge over Sen. Barack Obama, in the presidential race, in Indiana, which is one of the crucial swing states.

In the current month’s McCain vs Obama Indiana poll, McCain leads in 5 polls, while Obama leads in just one. These polls are CNN/Time Magazine/Opinion Research poll, Indianapolis Star/WTHR/Selzer & Co. poll, Big Ten Poll, American Research Group poll, and Rasmussen Reports poll. Check out what these Obama vs McCain IN Polls say.

CNN/Time Magazine/Opinion Research’s McCain vs Obama IN Poll, conducted from Sep 14 to Sep16, showed McCain leading Obama by 6 % points— 51 % to 45 % among the registered voters of Indiana.

Indianapolis Star/WTHR/Selzer & Co.’s Obama vs McCain IN Poll, conducted from Sep 14 to Sep16, showed Obama leading McCain by 3 % points— 47 % to 44 % among the registered voters of Indiana.
 
Big Ten Poll, conducted from Sep 14 to Sep17, showed McCain leading Obama by 4 % points— 47 % to 43 % among the registered voters of Indiana.

American Research Group’s McCain vs Obama IN Poll, conducted from Sep 14 to Sep18, showed McCain leading Obama by 3 % points— 47 % to 44 % among the registered voters of Indiana.

Rasmussen Reports’ McCain vs Obama IN Poll, conducted from Sep 17 to Sep18, showed McCain leading Obama by 2 % points— 49 % to 47 % among the registered voters of Indiana. According to the poll, McCain is currently given a 72.0  % chance of winning Indiana’s 11 Electoral College votes this fall.

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