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Looking at the polls & state of the campaign in the homestretch
October 28, 2012Posted by on
(CNN) — It may be hard to figure out whether President Barack Obama or GOP nominee Mitt Romney is leading in the presidential race — but a panel with CNN’s chief political correspondent Candy Crowley on “State of the Union” made it clear that it will be a close election.
Republican pollster Bill McInturff said pollsters could not predict who would win based on recent polling, saying the race was “(within) a 1-point margin with …10 days left” and that it would be “hubris” to predict victory for either candidate. However, McInturff did predict we’ll see the largest difference in voting by gender and ethnicity ever in a modern presidential election, with women and minorities supporting Obama. He also dismissed a recent Associated Press poll showing Obama and Romney tied among women voters with 47% each, calling it an “outlier.”
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