REAL CLEAR POLITICS: Pew Research is out with its final pre-election poll. After allocating undecideds nearly evenly between the two candidates, Pew is projecting Obama will finish with 52% of the vote on Tuesday to 46% for John McCain. MORE
GALLUP POLL: Gallup’s interviewing conducted Wednesday through Friday shows that 27% of registered voters who plan to vote have already voted. The trend in early voting has trended consistently upward on a day to day basis, moving from 7% of registered voters, who had already voted during the period of Oct. 17-19, to the current estimate of 27%. Another 8% of registered voters still indicate that they plan on voting before Election Day itself. The vote choices of these early voters — all of whom are included in the likely voter pool since they are definite voters — skew more toward Barack Obama than the sample average. Thus, more and more of these Obama-oriented voters’ choices are being “locked in” to the likely voter pool through early voting, benefiting Obama. MORE
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