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Skip to comments.EXIT POLLS: RACE TIGHTR: NC, FLO: OH, NH, PA, MI, NVTOSS UP: VA, CO, IA
Posted on 11/06/2012 2:50:28 PM PST by Livin_large
Remember the Walker exit polling?
from the numbers I’ve seen, I have no idea how O could be ahead in Ohio
‘04 exits: CO (Bush +3), FL (-4), NC (+5), NH (-17), OH (-4), PA (-19), VA (+1), WI (-4). All were off.
I also remember another election when the exit polls had a democrat victory but the election results ended as a republican victory.
In the end the media was asking why the election results “were so wrong”.
I don’t trust the exit polls.
Remember Obama banked his ‘low hanging fruit’ votes early. Also remember that working people typically vote after work.
EXITS: Obama has 190 electoral votes and Romney has 191 locked...
5pm exit polls always undercount Republicans who vote after work.
This means we win.
The Blaze reported O wanted to claim victory early
Exit polls are worthless.
Exit polls are taken early in the day so they do not include the evening voters which tend to be strongly Republican (people on their way home from work). That is why they predicted Kerry would win handily in 2004....
blah, blah, blah...the way Obama is going to win is through fraud and the gullible that think Obamacare is going to help them.
Bill Cunningham on Hannity’s show just said there are going to be record Republican turnouts in the 4 Ohio counties he is keeping track of. Looking good for Mitt in Ohio.
Are Republicans going to leak this to Drudge.
Who would? Three guesses and the first two dont count.
This is the fruition of the prediction that the Democrats would claim victory early.
Drudge is being played.
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