Rasmussen has his numbers out this morning and reports that Obama leads McCain by
two seven points:
This is the first update based entirely on interviews conducted after the second Presidential debate and it shows virtually no change. On Tuesday morning, just before the debate, Obama was leading 52% to 44%.
Though Rasmussen calls the race stable, and statistically, it is true, the margin this morning is
three two points wider than yesterday when the race was 50 to 45.
Research 2000/Daily Kos also suggests the amazing durability of Obama’s lead. This morning’s tracker suggests that Obama continues to maintain a 12 point lead over McCain:
DemFrom CT at Daily Kos observes:
On successive days in the R2K poll, Obama was up +12 Wed, +14 Thurs and +12 Fri. Wednesday-Friday’s sample represent entirely post-debate polling. Obama’s percentage has been at or above 50 since 9/29.