bwalsh Wrote:
Oct 15, 2012 1:37 PM
It's amazing that on 4 Oct MSNBC reported this: "Analysts said it would take an increase of 3 or more tenths of a point in the unemployment rate - to 8.4 percent or higher - to really shake voters' faith in Obama. They noted that a drop of 2 tenths of a point - to even 7.9 percent, would be an important psychological boost. "Something under 8 would certainly be a headline number that the White House would like to see," Valliere said." And then the next day it happens to come true? I just have difficulty believing in these numbers.