Nate Cohn
Staff Writer

Romney's Florida Lead Hinges On Hispanics
October 28, 2012

Florida polls show a tight race among Hispanics, but can it really be true?

2004 And The Possibility Of A Shift In Ohio
October 27, 2012

Kerry led in Ohio at this point four years ago.

Daily Breakdown: Obama Maintains Lead In Ohio Polls With Ten Days To Go
October 27, 2012

And the Ohio polls aren't skewed, either.

Daily Breakdown: Polls Show A Tight Race In Virginia and Colorado
October 26, 2012

If Obama won either state, he would probably be reelected the president.

Why Romney Is Buying Ads in Minnesota
October 26, 2012

It's probably a bid for Wisconsin and momentum.

Why Undecided Voters Matter Less And Turnout Matters More Than Ever Before
October 26, 2012

It's an open question whether Obama could lose the election if he received a high turnout from his supporters.

The Road To Victory In Ohio
October 25, 2012

The Obama campaign's improvements among African Americans and post-graduates make it tougher for Romney to win than history suggests.

Daily Breakdown: Obama’s Lead Persists In Ohio, Nevada, and Wisconsin Polls
October 25, 2012

The three states get Obama to 271 electoral votes, enough for a victory.

Could The Electorate Be More Diverse Than 2008?
October 25, 2012

Perhaps. But it doesn't matter much for Ohio.

Daily Breakdown: A Calm Polling Day And Early Voting Before The Final Stretch
October 24, 2012

But Romney did well in the national polls.