Skip to comments.Mitt Romney electoral vote lead holds strong through both conventions
Posted on 09/09/2012 3:45:54 PM PDT by smoothsailing
September 8, 2012
The state polls and race for electoral votes shows to be unchanged from the last GOP2112 analysis of the electoral vote race published here August 25, 2012. Not a single state has moved into a different category since then, and Romney maintains the electoral vote lead of 317 to 179 over Obama with 42 electoral votes from Pennsylvania, Minnesota, New Mexico and Oregon remaining in toss-up status. The map above shows which ways the states are leaning in this presidential race.
Here is information and analysis on some of the key swing states: ....
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
Its complete bullsh*t that a mere two or three states, essentially, can keep the inept marxist kenyan in this race.
Oregon, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania are tossups? I don’t think so.
What alternate universe is this from??? This is UTTER crap. Romney is getting killed in the EV. Can we PLEASE stop living in fantasy land and just looking for what we want to hear and at least make SOME attempt to resurrect Conservatism??
This map is crap.
Is this from the Onion? Romney is trailing in WI, MI, OH and FL. Also PA, OR, and MN are not toss ups. They are deep blue 0bama states.
I’m surprised they put Oregon, NM and PA in the tossup side. I always thought they were going for Obama.
In fact, I had all but given up on OR and NM.
Also, why is Michigan leaning Romney? Ins’t this the UAW and the GM state? I’d expect them to lean Obama because of the GM and Chrysler bailouts.
Yah, seems off, but NM poll today has Romney within 5 in likely voters. So, “tossup” maybe? Certainly “leaning” Obama is as far as I’d go.
Not sure about this map’s call but it is the correct approach in that our Presidential election is by states rather than a winner take all popular vote nationally. There will be less than a dozen swing states in which this election will be determined, imo.
I, too, hope this one is correct.
“Oregon, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania are tossups? I dont think so.”
Indeed. This Examiner graphic must have come straight from The Onion
NM has one of the highest rates of welfare dependency in the US. It should be squarely in the Obama column.
If America only knew.....
(And if somebody doesn’t REALLY expose the Marxist/Muslim sob to the American people, we will lose again.)
The best Obama exposure site on the net:
(by our own FReeper, Beckwith)
The Obama File
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Just a few pages from the massive file:
2012 is an important year to remember 9/11 because our younger generations are the most in danger of forgetting what really happened.
Or worse, our younger generations are susceptible to getting a politically correct view of 9/11. Many on the Left have tried to turn 9/11 into a day of national service or a celebration of tolerance, instead of remembering that radical jihad attacked this nation because of our western values.
Watch this moving tribute to the heroes of 9/11
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(music by Enya)
It is the most viewed video of all,
and is now in the Smithsonian.
Question: How can the aggregate of voters below 50 be in favor of Obama and Romney be ahead, much less by this much? There can’t be that many more 50 and above voters. Anyone know the % of population below 50 and 50 and above?
“That goof at the NYT, Nate Silver, already has the invitations printed for Obamas second inaugural.”
It’s all part of the plan...
...at least you and I aren’t falling for it. :)
Next week they will have Washington DC as a toss-up lean Romney.
Don’t you love middle America? I’ll always love America. I graduate from law school next spring at 65. Maybe there’s something I can do to help, I hope.
Did you read the analysis? It sounds spot on to me.
OK, I felt good for about a minute until I read your post. I don’t want to live in a fool’s paradise. Can you post a verifiably more accurate map or a link to one?
Pennsylvania is not a deep blue state, you’re just wrong about that.
Think of it as “Pittsburgh and Philadelphia with Alabama in between”. :)
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