Analysis: It’s A Good Sunday For Obama

By Special Contributor Larry Kane

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s a good Sunday for the Obama campaign. Poll numbers are encouraging following the Democratic convention.

There are still a little over eight weeks left to the big day, so this is not exactly definitive, but two daily tracking polls, Gallup and Rasmussen, show the President in a four point lead over Mitt Romney; 49 to 45.

A traditional poll, Reuters-Ipsos, shows the same margin. More importantly, the Rasmussen tracking poll shows the President with a 52 percent approval rating – his highest in months.

The polls come three days after the end of the Democratic convention and before Romney launched what could be as high as a $10 million ad buy in eight swing states.

Top Content On CBSPhilly

Comments

One Comment

Comments are closed.

More From CBS Philly

2016 Guide To Holiday Mall Hours
What's New On The Nearby Slopes

Listen Live