Statewide Opinion Polling For The United States Presidential Election

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Statewide Opinion Polling For The United States Presidential Election, 2008 - Election Day Projection
... from Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight.com weighted averages and statistical polling analysis, which determines what the best guess as to what will happen on ... Methodology) Each state is colored according to which candidate is currently projected to win, and both the state's total electoral votes and the winning ...

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