An Extensive Round-Up Of Final Predictions For The 2012 Election
Because of the widespread disagreements over the validity of the polling data in most states, this has been a VERY difficult election to call and, as you can see, the predictions are all over the map.
Mitt Romney Wins
Joe Scarborough: Mitt Romney wins
Jay Cost: Romney wins
Dan McLaughlin: 271 vs. 267
Leslie Sanchez: 275 vs. 263
Ben Domenech: 278 vs. 260
Karl Rove: 279 or more
John Hawkins: Romney wins by a margin large enough that Ohio isn’t decisive.
Matt Vespa 289 vs. 249
Josh Jordan: 295 vs. 243
Michael Barone: Romney 315 vs. 233
George Will: 321 vs. 217
Glenn Beck: 321 vs. 217
Dick Morris: 325 vs. 213
Larry Kudlow: 330 vs. 218
Barack Obama Wins
Chris Cillizza: 271 vs. 267
Ezra Klein: 290 vs. 248
Larry Sabato: 290 vs. 248
Election Projection: 290 vs. 248
Juan Williams 290 vs. 248
Cokie Roberts: 294 vs. 234
Matthew Dowd: 303 vs. 205
Nate Silver: Obama 306.4 vs. Romney 231.6
Donna Brazile: 313 vs. 225
Jim Cramer Obama 440 vs. Romney 98
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