Morris will say he couldn't have forseen the bounce Obama got from hurricane Sandy as a way of explaining away his ridiculously silly prediction of a Romney landslide.
It will be a Romney landslide. It will be around 47% to 53% which is a landslide. Morris is the only one who predicted the midterm landslide and nothing has changed.
Pray for America
You don’t think Willard will win big? I think he will. People will choose the slow cancer over being set on fire right now.
Obama has nothing like the enthusiasm he had four years ago, and while few actually like Romney many more can gleefully vote against Obama.
I doubt that President Obama will get a bounce by a natural phenomena that suppresses the important early vote by his base, especially in Philadelphia.
In PA, is the Eastern (Dem) half of the state affected by Sandy, possibly with gas prices high, power lines down, and people with other things on their minds than voting? What about New York? Will Sandy depress votes in the NYC area enough to let the upstaters carry the state? What about Mass and CT? If fact, all of New England, such as NH, VT, and ME? Will the coastal liberal vote be depressed more than inland staters?
Finally, I remember an old saying back from when most people voted on election day: "The weather determines the turnout." Republicans have always been determined, broken glass voters. They will come out in a hurricane to vote. Dems will stay home if there is a rainshower. I know the actual storm is passed, but it happened during early voting, and there was bad weather that affected states as far away as MI and OH.