Skip to comments.Mason Dixon calling FL for Mitt Romney
Posted on 10/29/2012 10:38:17 PM PDT by Arthurio
By Tiffany Griffith
Florida "Mitt Romney has pretty much nailed down Florida," Mason Dixon Polling told The Tampa Bay Times.
Brad Coker with Mason Dixon Polling says the evidence is in the latest polling, where Mitt Romney is carrying the highly coveted I-4 corridor - an area Obama carried in the 2008 race.
"And there we found Mitt Romney leading with 51%. Obama drawing 45%," says Coker.
President Obama is also losing support in counties where he's heavily favored. With a week until the election, that may not change, says Pollster Brad Coker.
"Barring any major kind of event that's kind of beyond the control of the campaigns, I'm pretty sure Romney is going to carry Florida," Coker added.
these are times to test men's souls in every way...
make no mistake that God’s hand is in this. all glory to the Lord.
All the while Obama is hunkered down upstairs at the WH, getting the crap kicked out of him by Mooch and her mother. hahahhahahaha.
Virginia seems to be an absolute dead head. Iowa I feel good about with the trend in our direction. Nevada seems intractible. Too many hispanics. People have the idea that there's a huge LDS population there, but it's only about 6% which is high compared to most states but not enough to counteract Clark County unions and the big Hispanic block.
Romney's best shots are Iowa, Colorado, Wisconsin, Ohio...if he gets those nothing else matters - and he's got a great shot at winning all 4.
Harry Reid is LDS is good standing
A lot of Freepers prayed to God in 2008 that this POS kenyan won’t be elected...guess what happened.
I thought all the deadheads were her in San Francisco.
I yield to no one in my detestation of Obama and my enthusiasm over his defeat. But this is just wrong. This is no different from the news media calling Florida for John Kerry in 2004, before the polls in the Florida panhandle were closed. It influences later voting. People give up and don’t go to vote because they think it’s over and there is no point, so we don’t get a fair representation of the sense of the people.
We absolutely should not permit all this early voting and nobody should be calling a state based on polling data. If we’re going to do that, why vote at all? Why not just turn the election over to the pollsters to decide?
Well most of the coal country union members seem to have figured out that Mr. You Can’t Go To Las Vegas is not for them. Maybe some of the Las Vegas union members can figure out he has harmed them explicitly too.
Its over but work like we are down by 10
How much coal and steel biz is there in Ohio? And as compared to union auto workers. I never saw Ohio as autoville but the media sure has painted it that way.
Insiders are hard to please. I bet plenty of folks aren’t happy about the gov taking gm from the stock and bond holders. Hell, if you are a bondholder of gm, how was Obama any different than Chavez and nationalization?
I saw someone over the weekend claim that Ohio is more of a supplier state for auto assembly. Thus they liked the bailout compared to say even Michigan.
Is her mother worse than Mooch?;)
Marion, I think her name is. Zero yells at her, and she stands with hands on hips a stares back at him as if saying SHUT UP you punk. I think the word PUNK was used.
Romney/Ryan will carry the entire South, including Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Texas, etc. Romney/Ryan will also carry New Hampshire, Maine, Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, Illinois,, etc. I could go on, but.....Obama/Biden will only carry between eight and twelve states!!! Final totals will be: Romney/Ryan, 57%, Obama/Biden, 40%, Others, 3%. Both the Senate and House will be controlled by the Republicans, with the GOP adding at least twenty seats in the House, an historic first!!!
You said what I was thinking when I read that too.
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