NPR’s Final Survey: Obama Moves in Commanding Lead

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

With just over a week left before the election, Barack Obama’s strategy of campaigning on a big battlefield may be paying off in a second wave election in a row, and in an entirely new electoral map both for the White House and all other offices. Obama seems to have done everything he needed to do to take advantage of the country’s angry mood and desire to vote for change. This conclusion is based on the latest bi-partisan presidential battleground survey for National Public Radio conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and Public Opinion Strategies – though these conclusions do not reflect the views of NPR or POS.