Nate Cohn

Staff Writer

Iowa 2012

2008 results:  Public Domain   Electionate coverage: What's Going On With Iowa? Nothing. |  10/30/2012 Iowa Early Voting Numbers Don’t Tell Us Much | 10/22/2012 Ranking The Battleground States | 10/19/2012 Hints of an Obama Edge In Iowa | 10/16/2012 Why Iowa Stopped Loving Obama | 7/11/2012   View Nate Cohn’s most recent posts, or return to Electionate’s Electoral Map.

Minnesota 2012

2008 results:  Public Domain   Electionate coverage:   Why Romney Is Buying Ads in Minnesota | 10/26/2012 How Romney Turned a Blue State Into a Swing State | 7/23/2012 Super PAC Expands Midwestern Playing Field | 7/12/2012 Why Isn't Romney Competing in Minnesota? | 6/19/2012     View Nate Cohn’s most recent posts, or return to Electionate’s Electoral Map.

Colorado 2012

2008 results:  Public Domain   Electionate coverage: Daily Breakdown: Polls Show Obama Maintaining Lead In Ohio, Advancing In Colorado | 11/3/2012 It's Not 2008 In Colorado | 10/29/2012 Daily Breakdown: Polls Show A Tight Race In Virginia and Colorado | 10/26/2012 Colorado Emerging As A Possible Bright Spot for Romney | 9/19/2012   View Nate Cohn’s most recent posts, or return to Electionate’s Electoral Map.

Arizona 2012

2008 results:  Public Domain Electionate coverage:   Could Obama Win Arizona? Here's The Math | 10/14/2012  Daily Breakdown: Conflicting Signals About Obama's Standing With Likely Voters | /12/2012 Obama's Game Plan to Win Arizona | 6/26/2012   View Nate Cohn’s most recent posts, or return to Electionate’s Electoral Map.

Nevada 2012

2008 results:  Public Domain   Electionate coverage: Romney’s Hopes Fade In Nevada | 10/29/2012 Democratic Early Voting Edge In Nevada Is Troubling For Romney | 10/22/12 Daily Breakdown: Is Obama Struggling in Nevada? | 9/28/2012    View Nate Cohn’s most recent posts, or return to Electionate’s Electoral Map.

Romney is pouring money into Iowa and Wisconsin—and Obama isn't matching him.

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Obama has a strong polling weekend.

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Every relevant indicator points toward an Obama victory.

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It's Not 2008 In Colorado

The fate of Colorado hinges on the socially moderate women of the Denver suburbs--who aren't flocking to Obama.

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The need for additional polls was waning over the last few days. The state of the race and pollster house effects have been stable for so long that the results of the next poll can usually be predicted just by knowing the state and the firm. But last night, two less-frequent yet strong pollsters surveyed their home turf and added a different take on two crucial states.   Plenty of surveys have found a one or two point race in Ohio, but with one exception since the first presidential debate, live interview surveys contacting cell phones have shown Obama leading by 3 to 5 points in Ohio.

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