Latest Rasmussen Polls Project Romney To Win 279+ Electoral Votes

October 29, 2012 10:01 pm  

(Breitbart) – According to the latest Rasmussen state polls, Mitt Romney is in position to win the presidency; he should win at least 279 electoral votes. Romney leads in Florida, Ohio, Virginia, Colorado, and New Hampshire; Obama leads in Pennsylvania and Nevada. Wisconsin and Iowa are tied. Were Romney to win both Wisconsin and Iowa, he’d secure another 16 electoral votes, putting him at 295 electoral votes. By way of contrast, George W. Bush won 286 electoral votes in 2004.

This is the first time that Rasmussen polls have shown Romney winning enough electoral votes to win the presidency. Trends are in Romney’s direction, with just over a week until election day.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/10/29/Romney-Rasmussen-win-election

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