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October 16, 2012


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Mark Rosenthal

That is just plain old saddening to hear. Conspiracy theories all over the place...

How about letting people vote and simply, as good Americans, accepting the results?

Bill Mitchell

Luckily it won't be close. Obama is stuck around 46 or 47% when a reasonable likely voter model is used (unlike WAPO's recent INSANE +9 Dem sample or IBD's equally CRAZY +7 Dem sample).

Even if he splits undecided voters evenly with Romney (which would be a historical first), he still loses.

America already knows full well who Obama is and what he stands for. No surprises. All Romney needs to do is appear presidential and present himself as a reasonable alternative for the next 3 weeks and the White House is his.

My final prediction: Romney 53/47, and yes, I do get the irony.

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