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Old 10-08-2012, 03:03 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by Direckshun View Post
I defer to Nate Silver at all times.

That said, it looks like the race closed from around 5 points to around a point and a half.

That's really, really good for Romney.

His electoral math, however, is still damning. The north is still out of reach. Virginia is still polling well for Obama, as is Colorado. I live in Missouri and Obama is still raining ads on us here.

Florida, however, has flipped to Romney's column, and Ohio's back to being a toss up.

We'll see if this is Romney's nadir or if this can be sustained.

We'll see if the 12-point swing from Pew, combined with the 5-point swings in Rasmussen and Gallup, has any impact on Nate Silver's analysis. I'm sure Obama's chances will probably go from 83% to 87% or some other such nonsense.
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