Romney - 84
Obama - 15
From 2008 exit poll (Conservatives):
McCain - 78
Obama - 20
Obama - 86
Romney - 11
Obama - 89
McCain - 10
As everyone expected, this is going to be a base and turnout election.
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Oh, wow. Ohio exit poll.
37% economy getting better.
33% getting worse.
29% staying same.
Good numbers for Obama there.
Exit polls are hardly decisive. As they mentioned on CNN, in 2004 the early exits looked great for John Kerry.
But that being said, these are pretty unanimously good exit polls for Obama. As John King pointed out, the people either "enthusiastic" or "satisfied" with the Obama administration in Virginia adds up to 50%. The people "dissatisfied" or "angry" adds up to 48%.
And this is why people were paranoid about voting machines...
http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-...ons-unanswered"Ignorance is not an excuse" were the words Goodell used when describing why those involved in the Saints bounty scandal would not avoid punishment.
Absentee and early voting ballots will be available almost right after polls close in Florida. It will allow a lot of early panic or celebrating.
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If you are going to watch television news, I suggest CNN. They have the best election team in cable news.
Romney dominating in Indiana. Thats big because of the margin. Romney was expected to carry that state, but the margin and the fact Obama took Indiana in 08 is big.
Bill Belichick on "putting the tape on"
Obama up 10 in Florida with 4% in. That number will change, imo.
Obama is outperforming his numbers in the I-4 corridor in Florida. That could mean big things for them.