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« on: November 03, 2004, 10:45:09 am »
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Nevada - which most closely mirrored the popular vote.  Interesting that this is one of the few states which wound up closer than preelection polls would have predicted.  Florida really didn't change too much from 2000, but the national trend went about 4% to Bush, making Florida not that close.

I guess Ohio came damn close to being a bellwether as well, although it was a tad closer than the national number, I think, although this could change once all the votes are counted in all the states.
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