Here we go! All your polls belong to me

Below, the latest polling up and down and state-by-state, all in one place, courtesy of Daily Kos. Note that a Romney victory could shoot FTB into the stratosphere, but I have to hope he loses. That way the GOP can’t rob me of my Social Security and Medicare for at least four years. But the biggest impact is on healthcare and the stakes are enormous: if Barack Obama wins a second term I/we will have guaranteed healthcare on Jan 1, 2014.  Conversely, a Romney win means needless suffering and preventable death for zillions of Americans.

Down ballot, who is the biggest asshole you are most hoping loses? Personally, I will consider tonight a partial victory if nutjob Joe Walsh gets his sorry ass kicked out-of-town by Tammy Duckworth.


NATIONAL (ABC/WaPo Tracking): Obama 50, Romney 47

NATIONAL (American Research Group): Obama 49, Romney 49

NATIONAL (Gallup Tracking): Romney 49, Obama 48 (LV); Obama 49, Romney 46 (RV)

NATIONAL (Gravis Marketing): Obama 48, Romney 48

NATIONAL (Greenberg Quinlan Rosner for Democracy Corps): Obama 49, Romney 45

NATIONAL (Ipsos/Reuters Tracking): Obama 48, Romney 46 (LV); Obama 47, Romney 43 (RV)

NATIONAL (Monmouth University): Obama 48, Romney 48

NATIONAL (PPP for Daily Kos/SEIU): Obama 50, Romney 48

NATIONAL (PPP Tracking for Americans United For Change): Obama 50, Romney 48

NATIONAL (Rasmussen Tracking): Romney 49, Obama 48

NATIONAL (UPI/CVoter): Obama 49, Romney 48

COLORADO (Ipsos-Reuters): Obama 48, Romney 47 (LV); Obama 52, Romney 41 (RV)

COLORADO (Keating Research/OnSight–D): Obama 50, Romney 46

COLORADO (Lake Research–D): Obama 45, Romney 44, Others 3

COLORADO (PPP): Obama 52, Romney 46

FLORIDA (Angus Reid): Obama 49, Romney 49

FLORIDA (Gravis Marketing–R): Obama 49, Romney 49

FLORIDA (Insider Advantage–R): Romney 52, Obama 47

FLORIDA (Ipsos-Reuters): Romney 48, Obama 47 (LV); Obama 50, Romney 43 (RV)

FLORIDA (PPP): Obama 50, Romney 49

IOWA (American Research Group): Romney 49, Obama 48

MICHIGAN (Angus Reid): Obama 52, Romney 47

MINNESOTA (SurveyUSA): Obama 52, Romney 41

MISSOURI (SurveyUSA): Romney 50, Obama 43, Others 4

NEVADA (PPP): Obama 51, Romney 47

NEW HAMPSHIRE (American Research Group): Obama 49, Romney 49

NEW HAMPSHIRE (New England College): Obama 50, Romney 46

NEW HAMPSHIRE (Rasmussen): Obama 50, Romney 48

NEW HAMPSHIRE (Univ. of New Hampshire): Obama 50, Romney 46

NORTH CAROLINA (Gravis Marketing–R): Romney 50, Obama 46

NORTH CAROLINA (PPP): Romney 49, Obama 49

OHIO (Gravis Marketing–R): Obama 49, Romney 48

OHIO (Ipsos-Reuters): Obama 50, Romney 46 (LV); Obama 50, Romney 41 (RV)

OHIO (Rasmussen): Obama 49, Romney 49

OHIO (SurveyUSA): Obama 49, Romney 44

OHIO (Univ. of Cincinnati): Obama 50, Romney 49

PENNSYLVANIA (Angus Reid): Obama 51, Romney 47

PENNSYLVANIA (Gravis Marketing–R): Obama 49, Romney 46

SOUTH DAKOTA (Nielson Brothers): Romney 53, Obama 41

UTAH (Mason Dixon): Romney 70, Obama 25

VIRGINIA (Ipsos-Reuters): Obama 48, Romney 46 (LV); Obama 49, Romney 42 (RV)

VIRGINIA (Mellman Group for Americans United for Change): Obama 48, Romney 45

VIRGINIA (NBC News/Marist): Obama 48, Romney 47 (LV); Obama 48, Romney 46 (RV)

VIRGINIA (Rasmussen): Romney 50, Obama 48

WISCONSIN (Angus Reid): Obama 53, Romney 46


FL-SEN (Angus Reid): Sen. Bill Nelson (D) 53, Connie Mack IV (R) 45

FL-SEN (Ipsos-Reuters): Sen. Bill Nelson (D) 55, Connie Mack IV (R) 40 (LV); Sen. Bill Nelson (D) 54, Connie Mack IV (R) 33 (RV)

FL-SEN (PPP): Sen. Bill Nelson (D) 51, Connie Mack IV (R) 46

MI-SEN (Angus Reid): Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D) 56, Pete Hoekstra (R) 43

MN-SEN (SurveyUSA): Sen. Amy Klobuchar (R) 60, Kurt Bills (R) 30

MO-SEN (SurveyUSA): Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) 51, Todd Akin (R) 36, Jonathan Dine (L) 8

MT-SEN (Garin-Hart-Yang for Majority PAC): Jon Tester (D) 44, Denny Rehberg (R) 43, Others 4

OH-SEN (Ipsos-Reuters): Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) 52, Josh Mandel (R) 43 (LV); Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) 50, Josh Mandel (R) 40 (RV)

OH-SEN (Rasmussen): Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) 50, Josh Mandel (R) 48

OH-SEN (SurveyUSA): Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) 44, Josh Mandel (R) 41, Scott Rupert (I) 4

OH-SEN (Univ. of Cincinnati): Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) 51, Josh Mandel (R) 47

PA-SEN (Angus Reid): Sen. Bob Casey (D) 53, Tom Smith (R) 46

VA-SEN (Ipsos-Reuters): Tim Kaine (D) 48, George Allen (R) 45 (LV); Tim Kaine (D) 48, George Allen (R) 41 (RV)

VA-SEN (NBC News/Marist): Tim Kaine (D) 49, George Allen (R) 46 (LV); Tim Kaine (D) 49, George Allen (R) 46

VA-SEN (Rasmussen): Tim Kaine (D) 49, George Allen (R) 47

WI-SEN (Angus Reid): Tammy Baldwin (D) 50, Tommy Thompson (R) 48

MO-GOV(SurveyUSA): Gov. Jay Nixon (D) 48, Dave Spence (R) 39, Jim Higgins (L) 5

NH-GOV (New England College): Maggie Hassan (D) 47, Ovide Lamontagne 45

NH-GOV (Rasmussen): Maggie Hassan (D) 50, Ovide Lamontagne (R) 45

NH-GOV (Univ. of New Hampshire): Maggie Hassan (D) 49, Ovide Lamontagne (R) 40, Others 2

NC-GOV (PPP): Pat McCrory (R) 50, Walter Dalton (D) 43, Barbara Howe (L) 4

MN-08 (SurveyUSA): Rick Nolan (D) 47, Rep. Chip Cravaack (R) 45

NH-01 (Univ. of New Hampshire): Rep. Frank Guinta (R) 43, Carol Shea Porter (D) 43, Others 4

NH-02 (Univ. of New Hampshire): Ann McLane Kuster (D) 47, Rep. Charlie Bass (R) 40, Others 4

SD-AL (Nielson Brothers): Rep. Kristi Noem (R) 54, Matt Varilek (D) 41