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Obama’s Sandy bounce and the popular vote

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After Hurricane Sandy made landfall on Oct. 29, it gave President Obama the opportunity to play a bipartisan leader during a time of crisis a week before the election. At that time, Mitt Romney led President Obama by 0.8 points in the average of polls compiled by Real Clear Politics, and now, with the final wave of polls in, Obama leads by 0.7 points. There could be plenty of alternative...

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