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Originally posted by sheepslayer247
Originally posted by Indigo5
Karl Rove's prediction
Sometime after the cock crows on the morning of Nov. 7, Mitt Romney will be declared America's 45th president.
Let's call it 51%-48%, with Mr. Romney carrying at least 279 Electoral College votes, probably more.
Originally posted by Eavel
reply to post by Indigo5
another crazy person, the polls are absolutely +11 on democratic side. Romney will win by a landslide, welcome to realism, all you idealist can jump off a peer. marshmellow farting butterflies only exist in dreams, life is real people.
Originally posted by ManBehindTheMask
Originally posted by darkhorserider
reply to post by 11235813213455
In NM, Santa Fe is the only place that matters. The rest of the state won't sway the election one way or another.
How do you figure? Sante Fe is on the lower end population wise of cities in New Mexico......with Albuquerque coming in well over double its size......???
Yes, you're right, I should have just said the cities are the only place that matter and not picked one. I was regurgitating something I read about Gary Johnson's governorship in NM and how he catered to the cities.
Mitt Romney will win – and win big – according to a computer model that has successfully predicted the last eight presidential elections.
Romney will win every “swing” state and will wallop President Barack Obama 320-218 in the electoral college vote, according to the forecast by two professors running the University of Colorado computer model, as reported by the London Daily Mail: The computer model projection has correctly predicted every presidential election since 1980
A presidential election prediction model developed by two University of Colorado professors points to a big win for GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney in November.
The model, the only of its kind to use more than one state-level economic indicator, has correctly predicted the winner of every presidential election since 1980.
It predicts Romney winning the electoral college by a 320-218 margin and winning 52.9 percent of the popular vote when only the two major parties’ candidates are considered, the Associated Press reported Thursday.
Romney, it concluded, will win every state currently considered by pollsters to be a swing state, including Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida, Virginia, Colorado, New Hampshire and North Carolina.