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    Re: RCP Electoral Map Thread



    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    Yea, I can splain it.

    I also posted on the other thread where PPP had Mitt up in the general election by +4 I think.

    They're unusually being honest and smell OBYs shit and see that the
    country is finally waking up and smelling it. People are fed up with his lies

    All these polls are changing because of the debates and Libya. The
    country now see OBY is lying and his own polls have given up on him.

    We used to laugh at PPPs polls. They had OBY in front by over 14 pts
    before the debates.

    They can't cover for him anymore.
    Thing is though, I believe they are oversampling Republicans now...
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    Re: RCP Electoral Map Thread

    Maybe but it's jiving with what we're seeing with the legit polls. The real clear map as posted above shows Oscar dropping
    64 points on the map and Mitt is in the lead there.

    See this.

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    RCP’s average already had New Hampshire within a point so the new PPP number there isn’t news. The Iowa number is. This is the first poll in a month showing Romney ahead in the state, notwithstanding his blockbuster debate two weeks ago. NBC’s poll last night, in fact, had O up by eight points in Iowa, a ridiculous figure given that Obama’s worried enough to have campaigned there just two days ago but consistent with the CW that it’s his state to lose.
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    http://hotair.com/archives/2012/10/1...hire-and-iowa/




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    Rasmussen says get ready for small Romney bump from the second debate. He originally had them tied after an OBY 2 pt bump but says the current surveying is showing a post debate bump for Mitt, albeit a small one.

    He also said OBYs foreign policy is eroding with the Libya deal
    and the next debate on foreign policy.

    Grim times for Team O.




    http://hotair.com/archives/2012/10/1...second-debate/




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    Re: RCP Electoral Map Thread

    Pardon my newbie ignorance, but what does "OBY" stand for? Obviously it means "Obama" but what exactly does it mean? I googled it and didn't find an answer.




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    Re: RCP Electoral Map Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by BMann View Post
    Pardon my newbie ignorance, but what does "OBY" stand for? Obviously it means "Obama" but what exactly does it mean? I googled it and didn't find an answer.
    It's just his name for Obama, it's an Airflacco original.
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    If you ever read "Obummer" that's another one of Traps name for Voldemort...




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    North Carolina goes from "Leans Romney" to "Toss Up".
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    Re: RCP Electoral Map Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    North Carolina goes from "Leans Romney" to "Toss Up".
    Because of a PPP poll. I swear the only exist to affect the averages on RCP.
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    Re: RCP Electoral Map Thread

    Fla and Va as well as Colorado for Mitt where he's leading and
    Neveda and Iowa where it's tied. Those 3 states will be
    critical in the electoral college vote. OBY blew big leads in all
    those states plus Penn where Mitt has a 5 pt lead.

    OBY led in all those states a month ago.

    Chris Mathews played the race card on TV saying there's a lot
    of bigotry and hatred in the south because they don't want a
    black man to lead them.

    Bull shit. It was the white votes and white money that got him
    elected to begin with. That and the crash.

    He's even lost some of the black votes because they
    are the leading group with unemployment.

    He just lost the women vote.

    He lost the youth vote.

    He lost the Catholic vote.

    He lost the Jewish vote.

    So, he's calling those folks bigots too?

    SCrew him.
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    Romney up by +5 in FLA according to new poll. With Penn in play, if
    Mitt gets Ohio, it's over early.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2012/10/2...ney-up-5-5146/




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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    Because of a PPP poll. I swear the only exist to affect the averages on RCP.
    Perhaps.

    But Romney is still shakey on the electoral math. He may not need Ohio, but he needs to pick up a few more states if Ohio goes Blue.

    By the way (and no shock to you or I), Obama proposed almost a trillion in cuts to FEMA just last month. Of course, not a peep about it on the MSM.

    Flood Hazard Mapping and Risk Analysis Program - $8 million
    State and Local Emergency Programs (non-defense) - $183 million
    State and Local Emergency Programs (defense) - $5 million
    United States Fire Administration and Training - $4 million
    Salaries and Expenses (non-defense) - $75 million
    Salaries and Expenses (defense) - $7 million
    Disaster Relief - $580 million

    Pages 94-96 of this: http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/defa.../stareport.pdf
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    I think Mitt is taking Ohio. Rasmussen has him up 2 now, and other more heavily skewed Dem polls have them tied or within a point . There is no way Ohio turnout is what it was in 2008. Republicans are way to energized there.



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    Re: RCP Electoral Map Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    I think Mitt is taking Ohio. Rasmussen has him up 2 now, and other more heavily skewed Dem polls have them tied or within a point . There is no way Ohio turnout is what it was in 2008. Republicans are way to energized there.

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    That would be nice.

    This whole thing has been a roller coaster ride. You watch the Romney rallies and see the crowds and they seem similar to Obama in 08. But the polls are still showing it neck and neck but Obama under 48 in most polls.

    I guess it's all about turnout...
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    Re: RCP Electoral Map Thread

    Don't forget NC how we've been saying most of these polls are skewed. Like you posted, PPP exists just to
    average out Real Clear's polls. You were right.

    Just focus on the Gallup and Romney polls and those
    huges crowds. They got OBY elected the last time and
    will win it for Mitt now.

    Gallup gave Mitt all the bounce points from the debates - up to 7 at one point. No one has lost
    the election with 6 points from Gallup that late in the
    election.

    And Rasmussen, the most accurate still had Mitt up
    by +5 last I checked.




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    Obama is trending up now, in Ohio and in the Rasmussen poll.
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