Wisconsin

The battleground state numbers do not show as much movement in Romney's direction as Boston would have hoped.

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Today's polls hinted at a return to post-debate norms.

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Romney's four point bounce won't give him the lead without outsized gains in key swing states.

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Blue States are from Scandinavia, Red States are from Guatemala

A theory of a divided nation

America is divided over two different visions of state and society. 

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Tarzan turns 100

What the Spanish-American War can tell us about the ideological core of the original Tarzan story:

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A critical test for the media: Will it call out Romney for his distortions at Wednesday night's debate?

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Without CBS/NYT/Quinnipiac, today was all but assured to be a better polling day for Romney. That said, the polls still suggest that Obama leads nationally, as well as in states worth 348 electoral votes. Let's talk about Nevada. In most of the electoral maps produced here over the last four months, Nevada was presumed to be one of the very first battleground states to enter Obama's column.

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Obama's national advantage is buttressed by a lead in states worth 348 electoral votes.

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The story of the 2012 campaign is Obama's success in the swing state he was thought to be weakest in: Ohio. How did he pull it off?

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Despite the criticisms, the polls usually perform well on Election Day.

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