Rassmussen State By State: Romney 279, Obama 243, 24 Tied

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    Based upon the latest Rasmussen Polls:

    Ohio (10/29) - Romney 50, Obama 48
    North Carolina (10/27) - Romney 52, Obama 46
    Wisconsin (10/26) - Obama 49, Romney 49 (Romney leads 51-47 among voters who say they're sure to vote)
    Florida (10/26) - Romney 50, Obama 48
    Virginia (10/25) - Romney 50, Obama 47
    Pennsylvania (10/25) - Obama 51, Romney 46
    Arizona (10/25) - Romney 52, Obama 44
    New Hampshire (10/24) - Romney 50, Obama 48
    Nevada (10/24) - Obama 50, Romney 48
    Michigan (10/12) - Obama 52, Romney 45
    Minnesota (10/23) - Obama 51, Romney 46
    Connecticut (10/23) - Obama 52, Romney 45
    Colorado (10/22) - Romney 50, Obama 46
    Iowa (10/21) - Obama 48, Romney 48
    Missouri (10/19) - Romney 54, Obama 43
    Montana (10/17) - Romney 53, Obama 45
    Washington (10/17) - Obama 55, Romney 42
    Mass. (10/16) - Obama 57, Romney 42
    Indiana (10/16) - Romney 54, Obama 41
    New Mexico (10/10) - Obama 54, Romney 43
    Maine (Unkn.) - Obama 52, Romney 40
     
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    Colorado tie 5 polls, 2 for Romney, 2 for Obama, one tie

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Colorado: Romney vs. Obama

    Florida Governor Romney 1.3 6 polls, 4 Romney, one Obama, one tie

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Florida: Romney vs. Obama

    Iowa President Obama 1.0 3 polls, one Obama, one Romney, one tie

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Iowa: Romney vs. Obama

    Michigan President Obama 4.0 4 polls, 3 Obama, one tie

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Michigan: Romney vs. Obama

    Nevada President Obama 2.4 5 polls, all Obama

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Nevada: Romney vs. Obama

    New Hampshire President Obama 1.0 3 polls, 2 Obama, one Romney

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - New Hampshire: Romney vs. Obama

    North Carolina Governor Romney 3.3 6 polls, 4 for Romney, 2 ties

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - North Carolina: Romney vs. Obama

    Ohio President Obama 2.4 8 polls, 7 Obama, one Romney

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Ohio: Romney vs. Obama

    Pennsylvania President Obama 4.7 4 polls, all Obama

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Pennsylvania: Romney vs. Obama

    Virginia President Obama 0.3 6 polls, 2 Romney, 2 Obama, 2 tie

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Virginia: Romney vs. Obama

    Wisconsin President Obama 2.3 4 polls, 3 Obama, one tie

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Wisconsin: Romney vs. Obama

    President Obama 281 Governor Romney 257

    RealClearPolitics - 2012 Election Maps - Electoral Map No Toss Ups
     
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    Looks like Romney has it all wrapped up in your book. He doesn't even need to campaign anymore, it's over... Life sure is good for Romney these days, he's doing so well, like 5 points ahead in every state,

    Unbelievable, incredulous even.. You should change your name to the dumb gatsby.
     
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    Did I say all that, really? Some polls are within the margin of error and there's still a week til the election.

    I merely, posted polls. Nothing more, nothing less.

    As it is, I do tend to trust Rasmussen the most, so I do think it's good news. However, no poll is infallible.

    And to be honest, I as a conservative do believe that these Rasmussen polls are more accurate than the Real Clear Nonsense stuff that doesn't differentiate between good polls and hack polls.
     
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    Why would you trust Rasmussen? Historically it's been an outlier in the polls. :eusa_eh:
     
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    Yes, why? What reason have you been fed?
     
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    And who was most accurate in 2008?

    http://www.politisite.com/2012/10/0...itical-polls-from-2008-presidential-election/

    The List: Which presidential polls were most accurate? | Texas on the Potomac | a Chron.com blog
     
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    How many times are you cons going to post that same Fordham study that was done BEFORE the 2008 election? It was done assuming a smaller victory for Obama than he had. While Rasmussen was close, there were others who hit the actual numbers such as CNN & Ipsos.

    You should also take a look at Rasmussen's state polling from 2008, not so good.
     

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