Cautiously optimistic about these numbers. That’s a huge number of Independents, most of whom will break for Romney. While I don’t have a lot of confidence in some of the knuckleheads that live in this state (saw some of them on TV last night - a panel of citizens who were talking all over each other arguing about which left wing idea should be put in place right after the election), is it possible that Michigan might swing red this time?
Really 38% Ind/Other?
I know this varies a lot from state to state but I have never known a state to be that high in actual percentages.
I’m happy to learn if this is right or wrong. Just, on its face, seems very disproportionate.
What if these were bogus polls too? But instead of intended to depress vote (like in Ohio) they are to distract and waste money in a state where he has no realistic chance.
I say places like Michigan and PA will come into play if Romney somehow wins in a landslide, it’ll be more of a national wave.
I personally wouldn’t spend a dime in MI or PA (always a tease). Put all your money in FL, VA, and OH. You win those, you win the election - as some other swing states will follow if those states are won.