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Offline pjohns

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The swing states according to Rasmussen
« on: September 26, 2012, 01:08:02 AM »
Rasmussen Reports shows that the swing states continue to be very close. No major breakthroughs by either candidate.

Still, there is some good news for Gov. Romney in all this; and (unfortunately) even more good news for President Obama.

From the latest Rasmussen article on the subject:

Obama has a one- or two-point lead in each of the Key Three States in this year’s election, Ohio, Florida and Virginia. The president is also up by three in Wisconsin and up two in Nevada. Romney is now up two in Colorado and ahead by three in Iowa and New Hampshire. All these states remain Toss-Ups in the Rasmussen Reports Electoral College Projections. The president has big leads in Michigan and Pennsylvania.

Here is a link to the latest electoral map from Rasmussen:

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