Wisconsin

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.

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.

Daily Breakdown: Polls Show Obama Performing Well In Wisconsin and Iowa
October 19, 2012

The combination of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Ohio is enough to reelect the president.

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

Daily Breakdown: Polls Show Obama With A Slight Edge In Ohio, Nevada, and Wisconsin
October 18, 2012

If Obama carried all three states, he'd win reelection.

Romney Could Use Wisconsin, But It’s One Of Obama’s Strongest Battleground States
October 17, 2012

Obama's near 50 percent in a traditionally Democratic-tilting state. Romney should go all-out for Ohio, instead.

Hints of an Obama Edge In Iowa
October 16, 2012

There are only three post-debate polls in Iowa, but they're decent for Obama and the early voting numbers look alright, too.

Why Wisconsin Could Be the Key to a Romney Victory
October 15, 2012

Two weeks after the first presidential debate and on the eve of the second, it is clear that Mitt Romney’s surge is more than an evanescent bump. He has moved into the lead in the national poll of polls (something John Kerry never quite managed despite his victory in the first 2004 debate), and a number of swing states have shifted in his direction. This 2012 election is now in the zone where the Electoral College comes into play.

Could Obama Win Arizona? Here's The Math.
October 14, 2012

A new poll shows Obama up by 2 points in Arizona, but could Obama really win the state?

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