North Carolina

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.

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.

Romney Leads In North Carolina, But Demographics Keep Obama Competitive
October 20, 2012

Obama's chance at a surprise win rests on a strong ground operation.

Ranking The Battleground States
October 19, 2012

The nine battleground states aren't created equal -- Romney and Obama are stronger in some than others.

Keep Erskine Bowles Away from Treasury
October 19, 2012

He’ll give Republicans everything they want.

Why Green Bay Is The Most Saturated Market In The Country
October 18, 2012

There are more swing voters in the Green Bay market than anywhere else in the country

Misinterpreting Ad Spending
October 18, 2012

Depending on how you look at the ad data, there's a case that Romney's on the offensive or just desperate.

Fox News Fails Geography, Uses False Map Of North Carolina
October 16, 2012

There's nothing more fair and balanced than an imaginary map.

Daily Breakdown: Romney's Best Polling Day Yet
October 13, 2012

After a week of swing state polls going Obama’s way, Romney finally added a wave of strong showings in the battleground states while preserving his lead in the national polls.   This is probably Romney’s best polling day of this election. Not only did he hold leads in the battleground state polls but Romney made relatively large gains compared to pre-DNC surveys. And the North Carolina poll where Obama led was partially conducted prior to the debate and Romney led by 6 points in the post-debate sample.

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