Nate Cohn
Staff Writer

Expect the Unexpected: Diverse Battleground States Mean the Race Can Shift in Any Number of Ways
October 24, 2012

The 9 battleground states are so diverse that movement among demographic could change the election.

Obama Defies Demographic Trends in Ohio
October 23, 2012

Obama is struggling in states where he was most dependent on support of whites--except for Ohio.

Romney Has Historic Lead Among White Voters
October 23, 2012

But an increasingly diverse electorate ensures a tight race.

Daily Breakdown: Extraordinarily Tight Race With Fourteen Days To Go
October 23, 2012

Will last night's debate move the polls?

Democratic Early Voting Edge In Nevada Is Troubling For Romney
October 22, 2012

Democrats appear poised to capitalize on their registration advantage in Nevada, making Romney's route to victory much more difficult.

No, Obama Shouldn't Concede Florida
October 22, 2012

Actually, it's Romney who may want to start spending less money in Florida.

Daily Breakdown: Obama Struggling With Likely Voters
October 22, 2012

Obama loses about 4 points

The South Isn't Responsible For Obama's Weak National Poll Numbers
October 22, 2012

Obama's struggling just about everywhere that he did well among Bush voters.

Iowa Early Voting Numbers Don’t Tell Us Much
October 22, 2012

Republicans can overcome Democratic early voting efforts on Election Day.

The Five Things You Need To Know About Obama's Lead In Ohio Polls
October 21, 2012

Although Ohio is close, Obama's lead is relatively clear.

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