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May 22, 2012


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Peter Peirce

Shame there's no mention of Gary Johnson here.


Based on PPP polls and recently released polls from Texas and Oklahoma the reason for the closeness of the national race as of now is due to the fact that Romney is racking up huge numbers in the Red states while Obama's numbers in a large number of swing states are in single digits and in many blue states only around 15%! I would really like to see a poll of Michigan and Oregon.

Obama 2012

Good news. Clearly it would be a very bad sign for the Obama campaign if Pennsylvania is in contention in November. Penn. needs to be safe Dem.

Austin Cassidy

A seriously flawed poll without the inclusion of Gary Johsnon.


Rasmussen has Obama up 47-41 in Pennnsylvania. Not looking like a Romney pickup.

Obama 2012

I think Gary Johnson helps Obama (a little bit) but ... unless the Ron Paul people get behind him in a big way ... I don't think he'll make much of a dent.

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