Election predication

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    I have been looking at national and swing state polls all very very close tied or within the margin of error putting all personal and partisan feelings aside I see it to close to call I have no idea which way this could go.
     
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    Maobama not breaking 50%, swing voters traditionally going to the challenger, not good for Maobama. Damn I'm going to miss using that term.
     
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    Voters turning out to keep the status quo of economic policy failure ?

    Probably not.
     
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    Boy were you wrong and stupid. Are you still?
     
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    Nope, just proved how fucking stupid Americans are. Reelecting a regime that forced through legislation that 80% of Americans didn't want, proves more than half the country has serious dementia. Also proved how unreliable polls are.
     

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