Well first off I think most of the polls are skewed and the media is doing everything illegal it can to provide cover for Obama and hand him the presidency. Second, I think Romney needs to get a little more aggressive. His acceptance speech was too timid and not as good as the ones given by the speakers that preceeded him. What Was the Problem With the Wisconsin Exit Polls? - Molly Ball - The Atlantic For political junkies, election-night exit polls are like crack: a short-lived high that often proves ultimately destructive. Such was the case in Wisconsin on Tuesday, when those watching the results of the gubernatorial recall election seized on early exit poll results that purported to show a much closer race than pre-election surveys forecast. The early exits put the race between Scott Walker and Tom Barrett tied, 50-50, sending reporters, operatives, and, most of all, Democrats into a tizzy. One labor operative, whose identity I will protect here for compassionate purposes, sent a triumphal email to the media five minutes after the polls closed, with the subject line "what 50/50 exit polls already show": "This already shows that any idea of a Walker blow out, a stinging rebuke to labor, etc are all already moot. Field, GOTV and hard work have already taken a race we were 'supposed' to lose, and were vastly outspent in, and have it too close to call." Oops. Within less than an hour, the networks would start to call the race for Walker in what quickly became apparent as a blowout win. It turned out that the only thing the early exit polls showed was that the early exit polls were wrong -- as they have been so many times before. Remember 2004, when early, leaked exits had the left prematurely inaugurating a President Kerry?