Hurricane Sandy And Polling

Gallup did not run its national tracking poll last night due to Hurricane Sandy:

Gallup has suspended polling for its daily tracking as of Monday night and will reassess on a day-to-day basis. The ultimate effect on the overall picture of polling between now and this weekend, including election polling, will depend on what happens as a result of the storm, about which we will have a better understanding of on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. 

IBD/TIPP followed suit. It’s unclear what others, such as The Washington Post, will do, but Rasmussen evidently did poll last night since its morning release has Romney ahead of Obama by two points. 

FILED UNDER: Campaign 2012, Public Opinion Polls, Quick Takes, US Politics
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