Thursday, September 18, 2008

BOIS Reports Obama Ahead of McCain

The New York Times, also known as the Barack Obama Information Service (BOIS), reports an Obama lead. The headline is that "McCain is seen as less likely to bring change". BOIS also reports that:

"Mr. Obama had the support of 48 percent of registered voters, compared with 43 percent for Mr. McCain, a difference within the poll’s margin of sampling error, and statistically unchanged from the tally in the last New York Times/CBS News poll, in mid-August."

Real Clear Politics shows Obama slightly ahead, 47 to 45%. Hence, the BOIS poll is in line with other polls but slightly skewed toward Obama, which is not surprising given that it's BOIS.

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