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The University of Colorado (CU) prediction renowned for perfect accuracy will predict a popular-vote win for Mitt Romney later this month, Campus Reform has learned.
The poll has accurately predicted every presidential election since it was developed in 1980. It is unique in that it employs factors outside of state economic indicators to predict the next president.
CU Political Science Professor Dr. Michael Berry, who spoke with Campus Reform at length on Tuesday, said there is at least 77 percent chance that Romney will win the popular vote.
WASHINGTON – Despite concerted Democratic attacks on his business record, Republican challenger Mitt Romney scores a significant advantage over President Obama when it comes to managing the economy, reducing the federal budget deficit and creating jobs, a national USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds.
By more than 2-1, 63%-29%, those surveyed say Romney's background in business, including his tenure at the private equity firm Bain Capital, would cause him to make good decisions, not bad ones, in dealing with the nation's economic problems over the next four years.
The findings raise questions about Obama's strategy of targeting Bain's record in outsourcing jobs and hammering Romney for refusing to commit to releasing more than two years of his tax returns. Instead, Americans seem focused on the economy, where disappointment with the fragile recovery and the 8.2% unemployment rate are costing the president.
Originally posted by charles1952
reply to post by caladonea
YOU CAUGHT ME. I reached an unjustified conclusion. Thanks for showing me that my thinking was incorrect. I over-generalized. There are so many people in the political forums who seem to have their candidate's name tattooed across their foreheads, that I jumped to the wrong conclusion that everyone around here had decided. Sorry.
Washington, Oct. 20 (ANI): Former US President Bill Clinton has said that President Barack Obama is facing a tough re-election race because "impatient" Americans haven't fully recognized an economy on the mend.
Campaigning for Obama in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Clinton urged voters to judge Obama on the past three years since he took office, in which private sector job growth has made up for lost ground.
"This shouldn't be a race. The only reason it is, is because Americans are impatient on things not made before yesterday and they don't understand why the economy is not totally hunky-dory again," the Huffington Post quoted Clinton, as saying.
I'm curious about "Way too extreme." Is that a position that only 10% of the population accepts? If it has the backing of, say 40%, is it still "Way too extreme?" Or is a position that you don't agree with, "Way too extreme?"
Ain't gonna happen my friend .
President Romney? Vp Ryan?
Nope. Way too extreme social issues.
But isn't that what he did? I think it was a mistake that what he pushed through Congress was healthcare and TARP, but he certainly wasn't delayed in the first two years by trying to work with Republicans. (Besides, every other President I can recall has been able to work with the opposing party.)
Obama made a big mistake when was elected.
Instead pushing everything he could through congress
when Dems had the House,