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The NYTimes, which is essentially a paper with zero credibility in the realm of unbiased reporting also has the winning chances at 69.7% for Obama to 30.3% for Romney.
Which is laughable since over at Real Clear Politics the average of all sources has it at 58% for Obama to 42% for Romney.
What does that tell you when your prediction is off by 12% from the average of all sources?
It says what everyone already knows, the NYTimes would be more valuable as an information source if rolled around a cardboard tube in my bathroom.
The NYTimes, the most biased and sold out media source on paper has Obama winning the office by only 29 electoral votes.
This slim 299 Electoral vote victory includes Obama winning Florida, Iowa, Wisconsin, Virginia, Colorado, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Ohio. This is 8 states the Obama lead is between 0 and 6%. Even with all 8 of these the ultra liberal NYTimes has Obama winning in a narrow victory as of today.
The irony that the title of this article leading me to these numbers was:
“Aug. 18: Obama Leads Big — Among Those Least Likely to Vote”.
I will file the relevence of this article right next to:
“Today’s Weather Report on Jupiter’s moon”
Both have about the same place in the reality of my day. the “woulda-coulda” votes of those who won’t vote sounds like the NYTimes trying desperately to have a positive headline to print. They got together in the planning room on speaker phone with Obama and invented the “would-coulda” voter demographic.
When I see a paper reaching to try and print a headline with “Obama leads Big” and printing next to statistics that show the opposite I am happy with the reality that print newspapers will soon be in the pile of obsolete technology next to my 8 tracks, beta tapes and pagers.
NYTIMES: Latest Election Polls From Fantasyland
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