Three Major Polls Show McCain Leading Obama

Three major polls today show McCain leading Obama.

According to the AP-GfK Poll, McCain leads Obama 48 percent to 44 percent.

Dateline: Washington AP Sept. 12, 2008

PRINCETON, NJ — The latest Gallup Poll Daily tracking results for Sept. 9-11 show a slight, but not statistically significant, three percentage point advantage for John McCain over Barack Obama among registered voters, 48% to 45%.

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows John McCain up by three points…McCain now attracts 48% of the vote while Obama earns 45%. When “leaners” are included, it’s McCain 49%, Obama 46%.

Sept. 12, 2008

EDIT: FRIDAY AFTERNOON

Mr. Harry Reid must have read these polls….

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, in the middle of a lengthy defense Friday of Barack Obama’s leadership credentials, inadvertently referred to “President McCain.”

The slip came after he aggressively linked the Republican presidential nominee to the sitting President Bush, and suggested McCain would be a reckless commander in chief.

“We live in a dangerous and unpredictable world,” Reid said in an address on the Senate floor. “Our dangerous world calls for leaders with sound judgment, not those with a temperament prone to recklessness. … Will we stick with the same failed, out-of-touch foreign policy of George Bush, Dick Cheney and John McCain, which military experts and countless authors call the worst foreign policy in our nation’s history?”

But then Reid got a bit ahead of himself, as he began to describe Obama’s foreign policy toward Al Qaeda in Pakistan.

President McCain even called the Obama approach naive,” Reid said.

Fox News Article

Emphasis mine.

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