7-Eleven coffee poll has Obama ahead in Md.

November 02, 2012|by Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

On the Friday before Election Day, President Barack Obama was ahead of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in 7-Election polling throughout Maryland.

Billed as unabashedly unofficial and unscientific, 7-Election invites customers to vote by selecting specially marked coffee cups, blue for Obama and red for Romney.

Nationally, Obama was polling 59 percent to Romney's 41 percent. In Maryland, Obama's lead was more stretchy (65 percent to 35 percent), and in Baltimore it was stretchier still (68 percent to 32 percent).

National, state and major market results are posted daily here.

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