(CNN) - Barack Obama appears to be widening his lead over John McCain as Election Day inches closer.
According to the latest CNN poll of polls, the Illinois senator now holds a 9-point advantage over McCain nationwide, 51 percent to 42 percent.
That's an increase of two points over the last two days for Obama and a reflection of several national polls that suggest the race seems to be headed in the wrong way for the Arizona senator with only a week and a half remaining.
Included in the latest CNN poll of polls are new surveys from ABC/Washington Post (October 19-22), CBS/NYT (October 19-22), Fox/Opinion Dynamics (October 20-21), Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby (October 20-22), Gallup (October 20-22) and Diageo/Hotline (October 20-22).
And you people call yourself Christians!
GOD HAVE MERCY ON OUR SOULS.
PLEASE COME SAVE YOUR PEOPLE BEFORE IT'S TO LATE!!!!!!!
AND he can dance better than McCain!!!
Keep on pushin' people!! Barack needs a mandate!!
I'm voting for That One!!
Forget what the polls now says, just VOTE, VOTE, VOTE. We can not take anything for granted.
Until there is an actual vote, Obama should campaign as if he were the one down by 9 points. Then maybe he'll close like he did in Iowa.
Go out and VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE!!!!
Now, wait a minute! Hold it! We just had the AP poll earlier this week claim the race is almost a dead heat, now we have this poll caliming Obama's lead is widening?! What's the truth, people? I am an avid Obama supporter, but I am also a historian, as well as a criminologist. History should remind us of one Thomas Dewey and Harry S. Truman. Remember, you even had some newspaper claiming far too early on election day that "Dewey defeats Truman", jsut to turn around and have the newly-elected Truman posing alongside the brazen article. Obama supporters would be well served to remember this tidbit of history, and not pop the champaign corks yet.
Let's not start celebrating before it is actually over. Go out and vote on November 4th. I want to believe the polls are right, but let's not forget that in a major election, 10 days is a long time in politics and who know what other dirty politics will be played by the Rebuplicans in the final days.
Obama/ Biden 2008
Just cast my Vote 4 Obama today. Yes We Can and Yes We Will. Obama all the way.
Let's not get comfortable! Keep voting early.... Don't think that he has won because of what the polls say. We must go to the polls....
Yes, but the most accurate poll of the 2004 election has Obama up by 1 point only! SO liberals, focus on the polls you want but this race is not over. More and more Americans are realizing the ruination an Obama presidency would ensureand we will not stand for it. So while obama measures the drapes in the Oval office, the rest of us will get to work getting our vote out to stop him in his tracks
Either way you look at it, I don't think people are standing in long lines for hours to vote for McCain & Palin! You think!
Please Make Sure You VOTE!!!! The game is NOT Over Until The Votes Have Been Counted...So Make Sure Everyone Votes Before Celebrating...
An average of all the legitimate polls, other than the actual voting booth, have it at 7%, which is about what Kerry had before he lost.
I've already voted for Obama. Early voting, yay.
Also, I'm a white male.
Anyone want to argue out htere?
Dems should watch out and be ready for a dirty trick to beat all dirty tricks. That's what Republicans do when they are down.
he is sure to win as long as he has the money to buy the votes, pray people that he runs out of money or god help us all,
This is good
Don't get overly excited yet, lets all make sure we get out and vote.
Elections can be lost if we become to confident and think it is already in the bag.
this poll doesn't account for voter suppression. the GOP will win again....by any means necessary.
keep believing that, your polls are bias merely because your who station is bias
ITS NOT OVER TILL THE FAT LADY SINGS!! GET OUT AND VOTE EARLY!!!
GO OBAMA-BIDEN 08 & 12
HALLELUJAH! I am beginning to have confidence once again in the American people.
I am so proud to have voted in this historic election. Don't be left out...go vote!!!! Years from now you don't want to say you didn't bother to vote.