Skip to comments.PREDICTIONS THREAD! Lock in your predictions for tomorrow! [Vanity]
Posted on 11/05/2012 5:45:49 AM PST by kevkrom
Okay... election day is tomorrow, and it's time for all us to make final predictions on the record... you know, for bragging rights.
This is specifically for the Presidential race, but if you want to lock in overall and/or specific Senate and House races for "bonus points", by all means go ahead!
Lots. None that I can post here. He's got his head up obama's arse and is not an expert! He's a propagandist.
The MSM will keep FL/VA/NC "too close to call" until at least 11:00 EST in order to depress turnout in WI, IA, CO, and NV. In fact, they will not declare a winner until sometime on Wednesday.
54% RR / 45% 0bummer. I’ve been predicting a full 55% / 45% since mid-August, but I should back down the RR number due to the 1% weirdo vote. I predict that an early call by the networks on PA for RR will suppress voter turnout on the Left Coast for 0bummmer, helping run up the RR margin.
About 330 Electoral Votes for RR.
RR win PA, OH, FL, NC, VA, CO, WI, NH
Obummer wins MI, MN.
I believe presidential elections hinge on one question which is devastating for 0bummer:
“Do I want four more years of this?”
The answer is a resounding “NO!” America sucks under 0bummer, and everyone knows it. I think the vote is going to be a complete blowout.
Republicans take the U.S. Senate with 51 votes. House stays reliably Republican, with maybe a pickup of 3.
Washington State hires a Republican Governor, and approves Gay Marriage (a first in the nation), at the same time!
I did not see 1 single campaign sign in the whole city. Not one. In Whitehall Twp, the burbs north of allenntown lots of Romney/Ryan signs.
Take this for what it's worth. The Morning Call, Allentowns newspaper is in the tank for Obama as one would expect but I don't see much support in the ranks.
Thanks for the tip, LS and Ravi!
I have it 331 EV’s for Romney, 207 for Obama.
House picks up three, senate four.
Obama wins a close one due to voter fraud making the difference.
Of the Swing states, Mitt gets FL, NC, IA, VA, OH, CO, Maine(1), PA, WI
with 312 Romney
to 226 Obama.
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53/46 popular vote, 315-223 electroral.
“Im going to go with Barones prediction, down to the state and the EV.”
I’m going with Barone too. When I read Barone’s predictions state-by-state (for the swing states), I thought they made sense. Barone predicts Romney 315, Obama 223. Interestingly, Barone gave Pennsylvania to Romney, but with more reservation than for the other swing states. Fortunately, even without PA, Romney would still win with 295 electoral votes.
Economy still crashes next year regardless.
Also, resist the temptation to continually repost noise from Twitter. If someone is interested, they are free to go there on their own.
FR crashes by lunch time.
Yes exactly. Obama looks desperate. The crowds at rallies tell the tale too. There is absolute no Obama mania at all...like the last time. And even with that he didn’t beat McCain by very much.
My call: Romney by 3%, Romney takes PA.
Romney wins the popular vote 53% and EV in the range of 425-458.
I am somewhere between 98.45612457382% and 98.568953421% that the result will be:
Romney 51.5, Obama 47.5, other 1%.
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