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-- -- -- -- -- Well -- only is out what their this -- -- their housing misery index.
Here's -- ranking of the five worst states home prices and the worst for our 40% or more below their peak three of those five park.
Swing states he'll be crucial to send the presidential wanna come November her -- -- goes chief economist actually a dot com he joins -- -- saddened.
OK so you're saying that both candidates seem to really focus on housing -- during the primaries for the GOP wouldn't hear about that.
That's right heard very little about housing during the GOP primary we -- a little bit in Florida and Nevada don't know it's a bit too big swing states.
Where the housing misery index is the highest the way to look at the misery index was to look both at where prices have fallen the most since their peak and also where.
The most people are still in default or foreclosure because that's what really affects people and an individual level.
OK so it's it's -- Nevada.
Big one but I -- -- -- like it's amazing -- campaign stops in Vegas.
In that Florida as well.
I used as husband -- I have to disagree with you though because the Hispanic population the voting population may actually another they're saying -- the politics -- that that the gonna be wrong you leaning but that's right possible is want to.
Thanks to both Michigan and Arizona outcome right now are being described as leaning Michigan leaning toward Obama personal meaning for -- but in both -- -- play.
So take those -- together in four out of the five states with the highest housing -- are either tossup states or only leaning one way or another the only one that's not.
Which suffered a lot of housing pain but clearly the Obama camp.
Right well hopefully they're watching it should be paying attention to your researchers actually -- the research.
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