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#1 I don't think there is any way Romney could win...but Obama might still lose.
Posted by Iblis 2012-05-23 09:56||
#2 Romney shouldn't get too cocky. He only got 68% in the AR Rep primary.
i.e. Both are wounded candidates. It's a question of which one sucks the least.
Posted by Frozen Al 2012-05-23 10:24||
#3 "It's a question of which one sucks the least".
Is that really in question, Al, really?
Posted by Jefferson 2012-05-23 10:37||
#4 It's more a question of voter ignorance.
Posted by gorb 2012-05-23 12:52||
#5 The candidate who is in prison and who ran in the primary in W.VA either got (or polled at) about 40% of the vote. I don't think Obama is in such good shape going into this election. Seems like many have awakened except for the devout Kool-Ade drinkers. Wolfe has not spent any money campaigning.
Posted by JohnQC 2012-05-23 15:28||
#6 Rasmussen was on Fox News today...FWIW, he said if the Clown-in-chief stays at 50% approval rating he gets re-elected (I think bumbles is at 51% right now)...if he drops to 45% than Romney will be elected. Not sure how he came up w/that conclusion.
Posted by Broadhead6 2012-05-23 16:42||
#7 I don't know about the Rasmussen figures and conclusions. The most recent SurveyUSA poll was in NC of 524 likely voters. SurveyUSA had the least error in the last election of all the pollsters. They asked the following question: If the Presidential election were held today for whom would you vote? Republican Mitt Romney? Or Democrat Barack Obama? 45% chose Romney, 44% chose Obama. The error was around 4%. Most polls query people with landlines. 25% of the likely voters have no landline; only a cell phone. This is a bias in all these polls. Obama won North Carolina in the last election. It looks like this election is a contest.
Posted by JohnQC 2012-05-23 18:21||