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Thursday Swing State Polls Analysis: OH, IA, WI, NV, CO, NC, National -- Obama's Firewall Holding
Posted by Ashish on 10.18.2012



We have new swing state polls in today, a few of which were taken after this week's debates. So far, there is little sign of an Obama post-debate bounce following what was widely considered a victory for him, but he remains in the advantageous position in the electoral college as his main firewall of Ohio, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Nevada continues to hold up.

We also are getting some puzzling poll discrepancies.

Here are the numbers, followed by my analysis...

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