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Romney breaks post-election silence with Fox News

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Electoral College count affirms Obama's win

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Voter turnout higher in swing states than elsewhere

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Obama approval bounce smaller than average

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2012 Election: Whew! That Was A Close One

It was supposed to be a close race, but if you had been following Nate Silver’s 538 blog on The New York Times, then it wasn’t. Within days of the election, it showed Barack Obama with a probability of about 91% to beat Mitt Romney -- based mostly on state polls and the electoral college, not the national polls or the popular vote, although both of the latter are included in his algorithm.

Even with that stat behind me, I was still concerned because there was still about a nine percent chance that Romney would become president, and you know the saying - shit happens.

 

Women won this time, but men are voting's X-factor

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Dan Senor, Mitt Romney Adviser, Blasts Republicans For Deserting Candidate After Loss

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RNC report suggests other reasons why Romney lost

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