SUSA’s new Missouri poll has Obama up by eight points, 51-43. That’s a 13-point turnaround from SUSA’s end-of-July poll, when McCain led 49-44. Looking at worship attendance, Obama improved his standing with all SUSA categories–regular and occasional attenders, and those who almost never darken a house of worship’s door. But not at the same rate. The swing with the regulars was 13 points; with occasionals, 11 points; and with the almost nevers, 20. In short, Obama has done best with the folks most likely to vote his way most everywhere–but who, in Missouri, in July, were a bit less inclined toward him than the occasional attenders. For what it’s worth.