The RCP average after addition of the Pew poll is O + 0.4. This, of course, includes the now supremely stale Gallup +5 Romney poll. Without it, the numbers look like this:
O total = 11
R total = 1
O 50, R 47.
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Movement towards O in Reuters (LV) polling of Ohio. Confirms all other polling showing steady lead in OH. Their national tracker is O 48-47 (LV)
Go team blue!!
Nancy Pelosi will be speaker again. Why? Latino voter turnout.
Here's the write-up.
Virginia +2: O 48, R 46
Colorado +1: O 48, R 47
Iowa +1: O 48, R 47
Florida -1: O 47, R 48
North Carolina -2: O 47, R 49
I'd add that we're getting enough unlikely ...
It's probably no surprise if you've been following Jon Ralston's prognostications on Nevada, but he just posted his final prediction for Nevada which is Obama 50/Romney 46. Here's the analysis:
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