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October 20, 2012

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Strabo

You have 21 % as having already voted. However, the number of early votes is apparently about 11 % according to websites tracking early voting numbers. Does this mean this even worse news for Obama, making the 49-48 into a 46-51 deficit, or do I think too simply and it is more complicated?

Jeff

yeah right PPP. In just a couple of days you are trying to tighten the race now? Sounds kind of suspicious.

Pessimist

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Can you trust them?

Not sure I trust PPP. I'd have to see their internals. I'd have to know how many Democrats they're polling versus how many Republicans. Gallop's recent poll is interesting. Gallop isn't basing their poll on party lines at all. It's just a straight poll. And they have Romney up by +7 nationally.

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