Michigan Polls: Obama Has an Edge Over McCain

Michigan Polls: Obama Has an Edge Over McCainSen. Barack Obama is certainly having an edge over his republican rival Sen. John McCain, in the presidential race, in the state of Michigan — that’s what the September’s Obama McCain Michigan pre-election opinion polls show.

Obama leads McCain in all Michigan polls conducted in the month of September, except one poll by InAdv/PollPosition that favors the GOP presidential candidate. Check out what the September’s Obama McCain Michigan Polls say.
 
Strategic Vision's Obama vs McCain MI poll, conducted from Sep 5 to Sep 7, showed Obama leading McCain by 1% — 45% to 44% among the registered voters of Michigan.

Public Policy Polling's Obama vs McCain MI poll, conducted from Sep 6 to Sep 7, showed Obama leading McCain by 1% — 47% to 46% among the registered voters of Michigan.

Time/CNN's Obama vs McCain MI poll, conducted from Sep 7 to Sep 9, showed Obama leading McCain by 3 % points — 45% to 42% among the registered voters of Michigan.

InAdv/PollPosition's McCain vs Obama MI poll, conducted on Sep 10, showed McCain leading Obama by 1 %  — 45% to 44% among the registered voters of Michigan.

Rasmussen Reports’ McCain vs Obama MI poll, conducted on Sep 10, showed Obama leading McCain by 5 %  — 51% to 46% among the registered voters of Michigan. In the poll, Obama is currently given a 63.0 % chance of winning Michigan’s 17 electoral college votes in Nov.

Zogby Interactive’s McCain vs Obama MI poll, conducted from Sep 9 to Sep 12, showed Obama leading McCain by 5.7 % points — 49% to 43.3% among the registered voters of Michigan.