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 on: Today at 01:22:57 am 
Started by Col. Roosevelt - Last post by Fmr President & Senator Polnut
This is Bernie Sanders' absolute floor:

GOP: 305 EV's
Sanders: 233 EV's

I disagree it's his absolute floor.

Absolutely - it's much higher.

No, but this is all hypothetical anyway.

 on: Today at 01:21:05 am 
Started by Col. Roosevelt - Last post by Moderate Hero Republican
There are no landslides anymore. Landslides of 1964, 72 and 84 happened because swing voters made up 20% at least of the electorate. Today it is no more than 10%. Karl Rove said that George McGovern if he ran in 2004 would do no worse than 47% versus the 38% he got in 1972.

I believe McGovern vs Bush would in 2004 would end like this

Bush 384
McGovern 154

 on: Today at 01:15:06 am 
Started by LibertarianRepublican - Last post by SunriseAroundTheWorld
I'm pretty opposite of you from within the GOP.

 on: Today at 01:14:44 am 
Started by Col. Roosevelt - Last post by Intell
He would lose everything but Vermont and DC.

 on: Today at 01:14:34 am 
Started by Free Bird - Last post by SunriseAroundTheWorld

 on: Today at 01:12:58 am 
Started by Col. Roosevelt - Last post by Liberalrocks
He would lose everything but Vermont and DC.

Oh it would be a very bad loss for sure however It may not be quite this bad. I think he would lose similiar to how Michael Dukakis lost. In that he would carry something like 10-12 states. He would hold California, New York most of New England and maybe a few other normally solid blue states but still a bad loss well under 200 electoral votes. Polls may say one thing now in terms of competitiveness but I dont see him appealing to anyone in the political center once a campaign started.

 on: Today at 01:12:02 am 
Started by Lumine - Last post by Intell
Wallace wishes everyone good luck on the results of the upcoming states.

 on: Today at 01:10:38 am 
Started by Moderate Hero Republican - Last post by Moderate Hero Republican
The past politicians can either be either actual politicians or just people running for president

Trump- Pat Buchanan
Carson- Hermain Cain
Jeb Bush- Bush Jr
Marco Rubio- George HW Bush
John Kasich- Ronald Reagan
Ted Cruz- Joe Mccarthy
Chris Christe- Richard Nixon
Rand Paul- Ron Paul
Mike Huckabee- Pat Robertson
Fiorina- Dick Cheney

Clinton- Henry Jackson
Sanders- George McGovern
Biden- Hubert Humphrey
Webb- Bill Clinton
O Maley: Mario Cuomo
Chaffe: Jimmy Carter

 on: Today at 01:09:32 am 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by Tender Branson
Gallup is out with a final Vienna poll (conducted Oct. 6-8):

38% SP (-6)
36% FP (+10)
11% Greens (-2)
  9% VP (-5)
  4% NEOS (+3)
  2% Others

Who won the TV debate ?

32% Strache (FP)
29% Hupl (SP-Incumbent)
  9% Vassilakou (Greens)
  4% Meinl-Reisinger (NEOS)
  1% Juraczka (VP)

Have you already decided who to vote for ?

83% Yes
17% No


I don't think NEOS will drop below the 5% threshold, but their trend is alarming. It could mean that potential NEOS and Green voters are abandoning them to vote SP strategically - to prevent the FP from becoming the largest party.

 on: Today at 01:07:02 am 
Started by Californian Tony Returns - Last post by mappix
On Wikipedia you can find the map of the new electoral constituencies as established by the decrees implementing the electoral law.
That is AWESOME news! Cheesy I was actually looking for it for a while.
What article exactly?

It's in the Italian section of Wikipedia: Legge elettorale italiana del 2015 (scroll down the page to see it).
Sorry, I am not allowed to include links at the moment otherwise I would have posted it.

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