View Poll Results: Blowout or Razor thin?

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  • Blow out - Romney

    8 12.50%
  • Blow out - Obama

    3 4.69%
  • Razor Thin - Romney

    14 21.88%
  • Razor Thin - Obama

    22 34.38%
  • Razor Thin - Not sure who!

    17 26.56%
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    Re: Blowout or Razor Thin?

    I voted razor-thin for Obama. Since Tagg Romney has control of some of the voting machines, he'll make it a close one.
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    Re: Blowout or Razor Thin?

    Quote Originally Posted by helix2048 View Post
    I voted razor-thin for Obama. Since Tagg Romney has control of some of the voting machines, he'll make it a close one.
    LOL there is a conspiracy thread. Vote fraud tends to be a dem proclivity. The people most likely to be manipulated are those most likely to vote den

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    Re: Blowout or Razor Thin?

    Obama takes the electoral comfortably--by that i mean he will win OH, NV, CO..by decent margins.
    The popular will be really really close specially because of Sandy-presuming it takes some votes from Obama
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    Re: Blowout or Razor Thin?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    LOL there is a conspiracy thread. Vote fraud tends to be a dem proclivity. The people most likely to be manipulated are those most likely to vote den
    Glad to give you a laugh. I've avoided reading most of the voter fraud in the news. It reminds me of the Acorn days and those are not some of my fondest memories. That's another story for another day and off the topic here.

    No, I don't really think Tagg will contribute to voter fraud. If he does, he'll do it in a stupid way and get caught.
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    Re: Blowout or Razor Thin?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    I tend to agree with this. I find it difficult to believe that Ohio seems to be polling almost 3 points more Democratic than the national vote, and is likely to be the tipping point state. I think it's more likely that either the national polls are overestimating Romney's standing or the Ohio polls are overestimating Obama's standing (or both).
    Well, Ohioís unemployment is lower than it has been in 4 years and is under the national average. And I also understand that something like 1 in 8 jobs in Ohio are linked to the automobile industry. I donít think it should be too surprising that Obama would have a slight edge there.

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    Re: Blowout or Razor Thin?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarcogito View Post
    Well, Ohioís unemployment is lower than it has been in 4 years and is under the national average. And I also understand that something like 1 in 8 jobs in Ohio are linked to the automobile industry. I donít think it should be too surprising that Obama would have a slight edge there.
    I can believe that he'd have a slight edge there relative to the popular vote...I find it difficult to believe that he has a 3-point edge in the (likely) tipping point state relative to his popular vote though. Generally the tipping point state is within 1 point of the national popular vote. Even in 2008, which had the biggest deviation in recent history, the tipping point state (Colorado) was only 1.7% more Democratic than the popular vote.

    I think it's more likely that either the Ohio polls or the national polls (or both) are getting it wrong, and the results will actually be more in line with each other.
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