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I've been watching this poll and while it is probably subject to bogus voting, the results are interesting nonetheless.

http://www.philly.com/philly/polls/177278361.html

Romney has been leading and the margin has been getting wider.

Surprising being that it is on the web site of such a liberal media outlet.
MikeP, just an old guy that smells of garlic.
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#2
Wow....Romney with 54+% on a PHILLY based website.

That rally in Bucks was gigantic last night, NBC local news in Philly reported 30,000 plus at 11pm last night.

I'm telling ya boys...it's 1980 all over again. GET. OUT. AND. VOTE. TOMORROW.
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#3
Who wins Tuesday's presidential election?

Barack Obama - 425 (45.3%)
Mitt Romney - 514 (54.7%)
Total votes = 939
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READER POLL
Who wins Tuesday's presidential election?

Barack Obama
558 (44.5%)


Mitt Romney
695 (55.5%)

Total votes = 1253
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#5
As another indicator, i left pro romney anti obama comments on all the election stories on yahoo today.

So far, all of them are getting thumbs upped at anywhere from a 3:1 to 10:1 ratio.

In 2008....it was the exact opposite. If you dared question the One in a yahoo comment section, you were BLASTED in a massive avalanche of thumbs downs.
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Valorius;36181 Wrote:As another indicator, i left pro romney anti obama comments on all the election stories on yahoo today.

So far, all of them are getting thumbs upped at anywhere from a 3:1 to 10:1 ratio.

In 2008....it was the exact opposite. If you dared question the One in a yahoo comment section, you were BLASTED in a massive avalanche of thumbs downs.

Your research on this topic leaves quite a bit to be desired. Thumbs up vs. thumbs down on a Yahoo board? Come on now....Huh
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#7
Yes, it is a good indicator of how the sentiments are going among those that read the news on yahoo.

Obviously it is anecdotal, and it has not been presented as anything but that, but in 2008 the exact opposite of what you see on Yahoo today was going on. It was hugely pro Obama.

Today, and for weeks, it has been hugely pro Romney. If you think that has no predictive value as to the mood of the electorate it is your right, but I disagree.
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Valorius;36185 Wrote:Yes, it is a good indicator of how the sentiments are going among those that read the news on yahoo.

Obviously it is anecdotal, and it has not been presented as anything but that, but in 2008 the exact opposite of what you see on Yahoo today was going on. It was hugely pro Obama.

Today, and for weeks, it has been hugely pro Romney. If you think that has no predictive value as to the mood of the electorate it is your right, but I disagree.

I just believe that our side has been standing up over the past couple of months and telling the bullies on the other side that we weren't going to take their crap any more. I know that I have but I don't think that it means much more than that.
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#9
If all those people vote, their message will be the truth.

30,000 at a Bucks Co Romney rally last night. That is a huge number.

This election is there for the taking....we all have to do our part tomorrow. Even Pa is completely up for grabs.
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#10
Over 1400 votes now and Romney is at 55.6%.
MikeP, just an old guy that smells of garlic.
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