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A Poll That Has Predicted Presidents For The Past 30-Years Picks Mitt Romney To Win 2012 Election

October 17. 2012

A lot of finger pointing went on in the U.S. Presidential debate last night between challenger Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama

A poll that has predicted U.S. presidents since 1980, has stated Mitt Romney is on course to win the 2012 presidential election to be held on November 6, 2012. Romney continued to lead in several major polls as well, because as stated before, the economy is working against President Obama.

Many polls have revealed what many already know, the U.S. economy is the top concern of Americans going into the current election. People are suffering and want things to get better and that is understandable. News also surfaced recently that Obama is in danger of losing the youth vote, as more are in favor of Romney, due to high unemployment among the young.

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77% likelihood Romney wins popular vote, according to famous U of Colorado study

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