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How well did the pollsters do predicting party turnout in 2010?

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The Weekly Standard’s Jay Cost does a fine job addressing conservative claims that recent polls showing President Obama with strong leads over Mitt Romney here. Cost’s bottom line: If we instead assume that the GOP will have a net of +84 among its own partisans, and Obama can recreate the +79 he managed in 2008, then we are talking about a 2-point shift in these polls in favor of Romney. In...

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