The new SurveyUSA poll has McCain up by 20 points in the state. Just a month ago, the same poll had him up by just 4.
More from the poll:
McCain has gained ground in every demographic group. Among men, McCain led by 9 last month, 27 today. Among women, Obama led by 2 last month, trails by 12 today. McCain holds 9 of 10 Republican voters; Obama holds 3 of 4 Democratic voters; independents, who were split last month, break today crisply for McCain, where, in the blink of an eye, he is up by 25.
This is now starting to look like the same sort of red-ble election that we’ve seen over the last few cycles, with Obama’s hopes of turning deep red states blue looking shakier by the day.
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