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  •  Virgia is an outlier (1+ / 0-)
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    LordMike

    Now way that Republican voting enthusiasm really dropped 5 points post debate.

    Nevertheless decent numbers overall. If Biden is able to fire up the base tonight and Obama wins (or at least dosen't loose again) next week he will be back to a national lead of at least 2%.

    The most dangerous worldview is the worldview of those who never viewed the world - Alexander von Humboldt

    by germanliberal on Wed Oct 10, 2012 at 11:40:27 PM PDT

    •  Perhaps but Virginia can still be won by Obama. (1+ / 0-)
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      cdub24

      President Obama, January 9, 2012: "Change is hard, but it is possible. I've Seen it. I've Lived it."

      by Drdemocrat on Thu Oct 11, 2012 at 01:24:35 AM PDT

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    •  maybe it is but??? (1+ / 0-)
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      cdub24

      I'll say it again even if Obama is only just say even in VA and competitive in say a North Carolina it's still big trouble for Romney.

        Have you maybe thought about something else? The good/improving job numbers? Ohio & Virginia BOTH have UE numbers much less then the rest of the country,so the good news eminating from last Friday's jobs/UE numbers,plus rising consumer confidence reinforces voters in those states perceptions that the economy is better furthermore a good part of N. Virginia works because of Washington,D.C. so aybe are a tad better informed of UE numbers & such. Another thing is that the battleground state voters maybe better informed per each campiagns policy stances then in non-battleground counerparts.

        Just MHO though.

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