The Romney Path To 271;Indiana,N.Carolina,Iowa,Michigan,Wisconsin,New Hampshire&Fla.

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    At this point of the election, we can safely assume that Indiana,Iowa,Michigan,North Carolina & Florida should be a lock for Romney, we still have to wait for future polling in Wisconsin,New Hampshire and Iowa. But based on polling we have seen all year, these states are all in favor or trending GOP. These states are also favoring Romney and "A.B.O.". Now we have to wait and see who the VP is, and that will change everything.Whether it's Rubio,Ryan or Portman, it will give Romney a boost.
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    i think if Romney picks Paul Ryan, the GOP and Conservatives will be more energized, and Obama can cross off Wisconsin!
     
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    I dont think it's as easy as you seem to think.
     
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    If Romney has them locked up, shouldn't he be leading in more than two of them?

     
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    No kidding, the OP is out of his mind. Obama is kicking the crap out of Willard in virtually every key swing state.
     
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    does anyone really take polling seriously? today the conservative media is disclosing how many pollsters are oversampling demorats....and undersampling republicans and independents. I live in florida and pretty much most people here cant stand obama. and cant wait to vote him out.
     
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    BTW when it's over, Romney will have much more than 271
     
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    That's the problem with the electoral college that Republicans have. With the preponderance of blue states Republicans have to sweep the swing states just to reach 271

    Like Bush showed, Republicans are capable of winning a close election. Their days of winning a landslide are way behind them
     
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    Like usual, you are completely backwards. The census redistributed EC votes towards traditionally more conservative states. That means Romney starts with an advantage.

    Also, did you notice how more and more of the swing states are ones that were formerly blue? You think Democrats struggling to maintain their base is going to hurt Republicans?
     
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    Romney is way behind in non swing states. Obama currently leads in ten of twelve swing states

    Read it and weep

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/president/2012_elections_electoral_college_map.html
     

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