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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / The Polls / A Discussion #1031430

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 27, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The poll figures on President Obama and Mitt Romney in the 2012 campaign and the view of some Republicans that polling is skewed against Romney noted. Live discussion held with CNN's former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer, Cornell Belcher and John King about 2012 and the polls. [FLEISCHER - offers views on the poll view of voter turnout; suggests polls over-sample Democrats: uses one Florida poll as an example.] [BELCHER - comments on "party identification" and how views of polls being skewed is conspiracy theory.] [KING - says there is a debate on how to weight the polls, but there are trends about the two presidential election campaigns showing the race "trickling' toward the president.]
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