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Take part in our daily presidential prediction survey

Today through Tuesday morning, we’ll be offering here opportunities for you to predict the outcome of the presidential race in the Electoral College.

You needn’t bother with the national popular vote, which won’t really matter.

A new survey will be offered each day. So feel free to revise your predictions as your sense of things evolves.

Remember, there are 538 electoral votes, which means a candidate needs 270 to win. Give me numbers, not just your prediction of the winner.

Anyone who makes a perfectly accurate prediction will be honored with prominent mention in this wildly popular blog and thereby enjoy lasting fame as a political seer extraordinaire.

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7 Comments

  1. Romney – 270 – FL, NC, VA, NH, OH
    Obama – 268 – PA, MI, WI, IA, CO, NV

    http://www.270towin.com/

  2. Christian Smart

    Obama – 291
    Romney – 247

  3. Rachel Guess

    Romney – 285
    obamao – 253

    I also think Romney/Ryan will win the popular vote by a landslide. Unfortunately I don’t think this is due to people having high hopes that Romney will succeed, but is based more on the fact that most know we can’t afford another 4 years of the status quo. Just as 2008 was a referendum against Bush, 2012 will be more of a referendum against obamao.

  4. Bobby Alley

    The only way Obama wins this is if he steals it. I predct Romney will get 290 electoral votes.

  5. obama 303 romney253

  6. Obama wins the following states:
    Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Florida, New Mexico,Colorado, Nevada, California, Oregon, Hawaii and Washington for a total of 332

    Romney wins the rest for a total of 206

  7. Obama 307
    Romney 230

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