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Polls: Ties in MI, MN, NH, OH, PA

kbush Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 8:10 PM
Peace! Peace!! Lets not fight with each other. After all, we all are Americans. Right now, its advantage Obama. Though, nothing can be said for sure. Romney could very well pull out a surprise of electoral votes. Mr. Romney is honorable man. I would prefer Obama as the next president. Though, Romney works for me as well. Regarding the policy and its impact to individuals, we should know that our lives don't change much. Under Bush, I personally did well and did equally well under Obama. I assume, we all did pretty well under Clinton. I was not working when Sr. Bush was in office.I am liberal and Obama let the liberals down on many fronts. I still love him just a lot more than Romney. Adios. Good luck..
Nana82 Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 8:47 PM

You are one of the fortunate ones who will not be devastated either way

Good for you.

The Sloandog Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 8:14 PM
Hmmm....glad you did well.The country,not so well.

Kevin's covered most of the national numbers; here's a quick rundown of last-minute state polls:

Michigan - A Fox 2 Detroit poll has Mitt Romney leading Barack Obama by a fraction of a point, rounded-up to 48/47.  The sample is D+9, which is pretty reasonable for the state.  A few other polls have shown this race close, but most surveys give Obama the edge.  Definitely a heavy lift for the GOP ticket.

Minnesota - On the heels of an eye-opening Star Tribune poll showing the race within the margin of error last...