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Romney Gains 3 to Tie Obama in CNN's D+11 Poll
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http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/...-D-11-Poll

The latest CNN national poll of likely voters, which shows a 49%-49% tie between Republican challenger Mitt Romney and incumbent President Barack Obama, is either absurd, or very good news for the GOP--or both.

Romney has gained 3 points since the last time CNN ran its poll, in late September, when Obama led 50%-47%. That is good news for the Republican ticket, especially since the poll was conducted after Hurricane Sandy.

Yet there is something odd--and even ridiculous--in the poll's sample: of the 693 likely voters in the total sample of 1,010 adults polled, "41% described themselves as Democrats, 29% described themselves as Independents, and 30% described themselves as Republicans."
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I'm not backing down: Romney landslide.

This story here just greatly encourages me.

BTW, gallup's final pre election graph of likely voters is listed today, but they don't offer actual number breakdowns, you have to do it yourself.

What i saw:

Romney 52% of the vote.
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I refuse to get excited about this election... I'm to worried that it is going to be like waking up Christmas morning and finding out somebody stole the presents ! Ninja
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The math is hysterical......+11 D sample......
Romney up 21-24 with Independents.....but it's even.

LOL
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I'm still not confident of a Romney win. I just don't trust the Democrats to concede even a clearcut victory without shenanigans.
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kevindsingleton;35975 Wrote:I'm still not confident of a Romney win. I just don't trust the Democrats to concede even a clearcut victory without shenanigans.


My prediction:

Romney wins a plurality of the popular vote, but Obama takes at least 270 electoral votes (possibly more like 280-290).

Much carping about the electoral college will commence on Wednesday.
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Johannes_Paulsen;35985 Wrote:My prediction:

Romney wins a plurality of the popular vote, but Obama takes at least 270 electoral votes (possibly more like 280-290).

Much carping about the electoral college will commence on Wednesday.

This sounds about right.

I've got water, food, ammo, and firewood. I hope I still have a job, on Wednesday.
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kevindsingleton;35988 Wrote:
Johannes_Paulsen;35985 Wrote:My prediction:

Romney wins a plurality of the popular vote, but Obama takes at least 270 electoral votes (possibly more like 280-290).

Much carping about the electoral college will commence on Wednesday.

This sounds about right.

I've got water, food, ammo, and firewood. I hope I still have a job, on Wednesday.

You and me both!

Hey, if Obama loses the popular but wins the EV, my next wild-assed prediction is that a movement to amend the constitution to reform the electoral college will start to gather steam.
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Johannes_Paulsen;35990 Wrote:
kevindsingleton;35988 Wrote:This sounds about right.

I've got water, food, ammo, and firewood. I hope I still have a job, on Wednesday.

You and me both!

Hey, if Obama loses the popular but wins the EV, my next wild-assed prediction is that a movement to amend the constitution to reform the electoral college will start to gather steam.

I'm more concerned about what would happen if he wins the popular and pulls a Gore, losing the EV. There WILL be major rioting and destruction going on should that happen.
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billamj;35994 Wrote:I'm more concerned about what would happen if he wins the popular and pulls a Gore, losing the EV.

Possible, but my instincts tell me that this barely rates as a likely outcome. Too many polls consistently pointing in other directions.

(Feel free to scoff heartily if it turns out I'm wrong.)
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