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What Do The Recent Obama Versus McCain Pre-Election Opinion Polls Say?

What Do The Recent Obama Versus McCain Pre-Election Opinion Polls Say?It appears that democratic party donkey is currently leading the republican party elephant nationally. Certainly, Sen. Barack Obama is enjoying post- democratic national convention surge. Well, Obama is having respectable lead over Sen. John McCain in the presidential race nationally — that’s what the recent Obama Versus McCain pre-election opinion polls say.

On the other hand, McCain’s running mate, Sarah Palin is definitely hitting the headlines, but she hasn’t helped the Republicans much yet in the recent pre-election opinion polls, in which Obama is dominating. Check out what the recent Obama Versus McCain pre-election opinion polls say —

Rasmussen Reports Tracking Obama vs McCain Poll, conducted from Aug 31 to Sep 2, showed Obama leading McCain by 6 % points — 51 % to 45 % among the registered voters nationally. The poll gave Obama a 59.5  % chance of winning the presidential election in November.

Gallup Daily Tracking democrats vs republicans Poll, conducted from Aug 30 to Sep 1, showed Obama leading McCain by 8 % points — 50 % to 42 % among the registered voters nationally.

USA Today/Gallup democratic party vs republican party Poll, conducted from Aug 30 to Aug 31, showed Obama leading McCain by 7 % points — 50 % to 43 % among the registered voters nationally.

American Research Group/National democrats vs republicans Poll, conducted from Aug 30 to Aug 31, showed Obama leading McCain by 6 % points — 49 % to 43 % among the registered voters nationally.

Diageo/Hotline democrats vs republicans Poll, conducted from Aug 29 to Aug 31, showed Obama leading McCain by 9 % points — 48 % to 39 % among the registered voters nationally.