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October 18, 2012


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I really think the Colorado + Nevada path to 270 has been under-reported.

Obama is going to pull off wins in these two states (he outperformed polls in 2008 by a wide margin) and their 15 EVs are going to make it a helluva lot easier to get to 270.

ron rosenblith

How many voters had already voted?

Rita McClain

I love how you guys changed your sample from EVEN last time to D+3...it really is telling that you have to skew things to keep Obama barely ahead. Sad!

What your poll really tells us is that Romney is slightly ahead. So thank you for confirming what the rest of us already know.


I have a request: include an early voter question in a poll of a state that has no early voting. My theory is that a lot of people are lying about having voted early.

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