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Bounce: Romney Surges in Ohio, Florida, Virginia

nodeamass Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 4:15 AM
57% is a terrible result when the US led the world in manufacturing (with a very strong unionized workforce, by the way) in just over 50 years. But, over the last twenty years, the decline has accelerated. Worker wages for cars are but a fraction of previous pre China days so the manufacturing jobs of today pay only a small fraction of the same jobs 40 yrs ago. This is a very bad trend which is only going to worsen over time.
0_BAMANATION Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 4:26 AM
... wanna pay 200,000 dollars for a Ford F150... then merely apply your union wit.

As Americans are beginning to process Mitt Romney's lopsided debate victory on Wednesday night, the Republican nominee has pulled ahead in three crucial swing states, according to a trio of surveys from pollster We Ask America:
 


Ed Morrissey notes the slightly generous (to Republicans) sample splits in Florida and Virginia, although the Ohio partisan breakdown looks about right.  To buttress this data, Rasmussen has released two new surveys -- his data shows Romney ahead by one point