npr has Romney in the lead lol

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    jesus, you're dumb as shit. you're so programmed to jump on headlines, you can't read and comprehend. Just like FOX News and CNN saying "SCOTUS declares Obamacare unconstitutional" you missed the forest for the trees.

    But Democratic pollster Stanley Greenberg and Republican pollster Whit Ayres found that Obama leads by 4 points in the 12 battleground states that appear ready to pick the winner for the rest of the country next Tuesday. And they suggest that Romney's post-debate surge has "stalled."

    Ayres added, "So were it not for the debates, I think Obama would be cruising to a victory right now. Because of the debates, this is going to be an incredibly close election."

    What's more, those polled said that Obama, by a 55 percent to 44 percent margin, has spelled out a clear agenda for the nation.
     
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    Here you go

    NATIONAL (Gallup Tracking): Romney 51% vs. Obama 46%
    NATIONAL (PPP Tracking): Romney 49% vs. Obama 48%
    NATIONAL (Rasmussen Tracking): Romney 49% vs. Obama 47%
    NATIONAL (ABC/Washington Post Tracking): Obama 49% vs. Romney 49%
    NATIONAL (American Research Group): Obama 48% vs. Romney 48%
    NATIONAL (Pew Research): Obama 47% vs. Romney 47%
    COLORADO (American Research Group): Romney 48% vs. Obama 47%
    FLORIDA (CNN): Romney 50% vs. Obama 49%
    INDIANA (Pharos Research Group): Romney 55% vs. Obama 42%
    KANSAS (Jayhawk Poll): Romney 56% vs. Obama 36%
    MINNESOTA (Minneapolis Star-Tribune): Obama 47% vs. Romney 44%
    MISSOURI (Mason Dixon): Romney 54% vs. Obama 41%
    MONTANA (Pharos Research): Romney 50% vs. Obama 43%
    NEBRASKA (Omaha World-Herald): Romney 52% vs. Obama 38%
    NEBRASKA (Pharos Research Group): Romney 58% vs. Obama 39%
    NEW HAMPSHIRE (PPP): Obama 49% vs. Romney 47%
    NORTH CAROLINA (Rasmussen): Romney 52% vs. Obama 46%
    NORTH DAKOTA (Pharos Research): Romney 55% vs. Obama 38%
    OHIO (Gravis): Obama 50% vs. Romney 49%
    OHIO (Rasmussen): Romney 50% vs. Obama 48%
    OHIO (Univ. of Cincinnati for the Ohio Newspapers Group): Obama 49% vs. Romney 49%
    TENNESSEE (Middle Tennessee State Univ.): Romney 59% vs. Obama 34%
    TEXAS (Univ. of Texas/Texas Tribune): Romney 55% vs. Obama 39%
    VIRGINIA (Gravis Marketing): Obama 48% vs. Romney 48%
     
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    Are you a cherry picker by trade?
     
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    Nice Polite Republicans (NPR) shillng for Romney? Color everyone surprised.

    Back in the real world, which isn't pulling a Lovebears and only cherrypicking the polls that favor Romney:

    RCP O290-R248
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/ep...mlhttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/pollster

    Pollster.com O277-R206
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    Election Forecasts - FiveThirtyEight Blog - NYTimes.com

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    Princeton Election Consortium — A first draft of electoral history

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    AP Analysis: Advantage Obama in race for electoral votes

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    2012 Electoral Map - The Intrade Forecast 10/30/2012

    There are some more, but they all say the same thing. And it's not as close as those polls make it appear, given they all include the openly fraudulent Gravis, and the biased Rasmussen and Gallup stuff. This thing is pretty much over. Romney doesn't have the time to dig himself out of the hole he's in.
     
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    I saw this. I didn't post it b/c they're not saying anything other polls aren't more/less saying. Now they're just hedging so that it doesn't appear that they have egg on their face when Romney wins the popular vote. But we all knew damn well that Romney was never down by 8 points in the first place.
     
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    Who cares? Polls are BS
     
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    Not as cut and dry as that though:

    The duo surveyed 1,000 likely voters nationwide with an over-sampling in 12 battleground states: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. The poll was conducted Tuesday through Thursday (October 23-25). The margin of error is 3 percentage points for the national sample, and 4.5 percentage points for the smaller subsample (462 respondents) in the battleground states. The sample was 35 percent Democrat, 31 percent Republican.

    At the end of the day, Obama is fighting for his life in this one
     
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    Doesn't count. Seriously Mitt is killing Obama with independents and polls aren't factoring in that Republicans will have a +1 or even turnout with Dems. Not to mention Romney is leading in early voting as well. This is seriously going to be a blowout by all these measures.
     
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