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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Sunday numbers, 9/2 part b:
The Senate races


If conservatives are looking for a ray of bright light, it exists in the numbers for the Senate races from this week. The movement in the polls for the past three weeks has been a steady march towards a more even divided Senate.  Angus King in Maine is running as an independent and looks to be a shoo-in, but he has not declared which party he will caucus with as of yet. Right now, the Democrats have only a 54.2% chance of having 50 seats without King, down from 69.2% last week.

People on different sides of the spectrum believe the media has a bias one way or the other, but the overall biases of the media are for new things, controversial things and close races.  Right now, Obama-Romney is NOT a close race, but control of the Senate is, and it's getting closer each week.

Another report next Sunday.  Stay tuned.

2 comments:

dguzman said...

How the hell could ANYONE vote for any of the repubs currently in office? They have quite literally done NOTHING but obstruct. How is that a positive?

Matty Boy said...

If you have been fed a steady diet of GOVERNMENT IS BAD AND SOCIALISTIC, it becomes easier to vote for obstructionists.