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J. J.
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« Reply #25 on: October 08, 2012, 12:30:43 am »
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Or possibly, this one is an outlier.  I'd find it strange that there is a national bounce, but none in CO.

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« Reply #26 on: October 08, 2012, 07:20:47 am »
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That would be opebo's path for Romney, anyway. Though Florida is kind of weird. Florida should be lean D by virtue of population and demographics...but Florida cities just dont have those liberal inner suburbs(the downtowns are as big as the ones up north,but  just 5 miles from the tallest building in Central Florida is the State Fair so...) and the population is aging...so...
"Opebo's" path is the only path to winning, Romney must win Ohio to win, and so does Obama.

Actually Romney only needs Wisconsin or Iowa or Colorado in that winning OH, FL, VA scenario, right?

And while it seems realistic to say that Ohio is a must win for Obama, its not really the only way -  I haven't entirely given up on Florida or Virginia due to the minority factor and the anti-senior Ryan factor reducing Romney's margin among olds.  As many have said, VA polling has been very stable in this race, implying less racist whites. 
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