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Polls: Romney Down One, or Up FIve?

Ward3 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 1:37 PM
Romney had it right back in the Spring - Obama will end up with 47% of the vote. Mitt gets 52% and 1% scattered amongst the also ran 3rd Party Candidates, Roseanne freakin Barr is on the Presidential Ballot in Colorado? Mitt sweeps the South plus CO, OH, WI, NH, IA (295 EC Votes) with maybe pulling out NV (301) & MI (317) if it is a total blowout. PA & MN will be close but will remain Blue as they always do. As Terrell Owens would say, Get Your Popcorn Ready! The liberal meltdown on election night will be some great entertainment next Tuesday night.
Ross83 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 1:46 PM
sadly this is wishful thinking
Ross83 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 2:08 PM
I only hope you are right. But I wonder how the polls are dealing with cell phones and are they undercounting the Hispanic vote. I once worked for a very good polling company and have learned first hand their limitations. (we did polling for the computer business)
Ross83 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 2:13 PM
Romney has a good chance in Colorado and maybe iowa as things are changing from their far left political history. Michegan is a very different p[lace from when George was governor. BUt Ohio will be brutal and Wisconsin, no way.
Southerner256 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 1:42 PM
If you think Mitt is going to win CO, OH, WI, NH, and IA, you're delusional.... I'll give you New Hampshire and maybe Colorado, but definitely not Wisconsin and Ohio
jerry-1 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 1:44 PM
Yea, Wisconsin and Ohio, will definitely go Romney.

The DemoCommunists are up to their usual, voter fraud.

As the 2012 election clock winds down toward zeroes across, poll-watching becomes an excruciating (and sometimes contradictory) daily (if not hourly) spectator sport.  Three national polls out today show a close race, though the tea leaves may hold some positive signs for Mitt Romney.  Let's run through the results: Rasmussen's daily tracker has tightened to 49/47 for Romney.  Obama has been bouncing between 46 and 47 for days on end, while his challenger has crept just above 50 percent on several occasions.  Today Romney dips into the high 40s, while Obama remains static.  As for the organization's "swing state" tracker,...