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  1. I am not an Independent but I think the economy is a huge motivator right now.

    I think Romney proved he was capable and the floodgates opened.

    I honestly think the vast majority of undecideds were wavering between Romney and not voting-I think most of them had already decided they couldn’t pull the lever for Obama.

    They were looking for confirmation that they could vote for Romney and he gave them that.

    Comment by Just Me — November 1, 2012 @ 5:54 pm - November 1, 2012

  2. It’s turn out. Volunteer. Phonebank. Even if you are in a solid blue or solid red state, do it.

    I’m doing it. (It’s either that or thorazine on IV.)

    Comment by Sarah — November 1, 2012 @ 8:50 pm - November 1, 2012

  3. [...] Like many conservatives covering the race, Jay Cost considers the internals of the polls, focusing, as we have done, on the independent vote.  He observes, that in the last thirty years, party identification has reached near parity, with independents increasingly tilting toward Romney (as per this post). [...]

    Pingback by GayPatriot » Why Jay Cost does not take polls at face value — November 2, 2012 @ 12:36 pm - November 2, 2012

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