Survey USA: Obama Leads In Virginia, Wisconsin; McCain Leads In Kentucky, Oklahoma, Wyoming

Survey USA’s latest Obama vs McCain opinion polls show that Barack Obama is leading in Virginia and Wisconsin; John McCain is leading in Kentucky, Oklahoma, and Wyoming, while they are statistically tied in North Carolina.

Kentucky, Oklahoma, and Wyoming are safe states for Republicans, but Virginia, Wisconsin, and North Carolina are battleground states. Let’s check out what the Survey USA’s latest Obama vs McCain opinion polls show.

Virginia Poll —

Conducted from October 18 to October 19, SurveyUSA’s Obama vs McCain VA poll shows Obama leading McCain by 6 % points — 51 % to 45 % among the likely voters of Virginia.

Wisconsin Poll —

Conducted from October 18 to October 19, SurveyUSA’s Obama vs McCain WI poll shows Obama leading McCain by 8 % points — 51 % to 43 % among the likely voters of Wisconsin.

Kentucky Poll —

Conducted from October 18 to October 20, Survey USA’s Obama vs McCain KY poll shows McCain leading Obama by 13 % points — 54 % to 41 % among the likely voters of Kentucky.

Oklahoma Poll —

Conducted from October 18 to October 19, SurveyUSA/KFOR-TV’s Obama vs McCain OK poll shows McCain leading Obama by 24 % points — 59 % to 35 % among the likely voters of Oklahoma.

Wyoming Poll —

Conducted from October 18 to October 19, SurveyUSA/Roll Call’s Obama vs McCain WY poll shows McCain leading Obama by 21 % points — 58 % to 37 % among the likely voters of Wyoming.

North Carolina Poll —

Conducted from October 18 to October 20, SurveyUSA/WTVD-TV’s Obama vs McCain NC poll shows Obama and McCain statistically tied — 47 % to 47 % among the likely voters of North Carolina.