Rasmussen track sees big Obama bounce

From Rasmussen's site:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Sunday shows
Barack Obama’s bounce growing to an eight-point lead over John McCain.
Obama now attracts 48% of the vote while McCain earns 40%.

When “leaners” are included, Obama leads 50% to 43%. On Tuesday, just
before Obama clinched the nomination, the candidates were tied at 46%...

Obama’s bounce is the result of growing unity among the Democratic
Party. Eighty-one percent (81%) of Democrats say they will vote for
Obama over McCain. That’s the highest level of party support ever
enjoyed by Obama.

Remember CBS/NYTimes had it 48-42 earlier this week, and Reuters had it 48-40 just before that. My guess is that Obama will be up ten in most polls soon. The question will be what can McCain do to alter the emerging dynamic in the race?

Monday midday update: The new Gallup track also shows an Obama bounce, with the race going from even to 48-42 for Senator Obama.  Note the consistency of all the polls now, with them all showing a high forties for Obama, low forties for McCain, race.