The problem is that it is an average of those states.
“Rasmussen Reports issues our daily Swing State Tracking Poll to supplement, not replace, individual state polling. In Colorado and Ohio, Obama leads by a point. In Iowa and Nevada, the president is up two. He now leads by three in Wisconsin and has jumped to double-digit leads in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Romney leads by one in Virginia and two in Florida. Hes ahead by three in Missouri, North Carolina and New Hampshire.”
Without OH, Romney will lose.
Romney will win OH. And you are wrong in some of your analysis. There are lots of recent polls showing Mitt ahead in CO and IA . . . don’t go by just one. And the latest from Michigan is that he is down by only 4. The trend is in our direction. Stay the course.
Good thing he’s up here in the two latest polls (and always has been according to our absentee numbers).
All those polls are out of date and contradicted by the latest ARG numbers. This will be a Romney landslide.