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Eight is Florida a done deal permit let's ask.
Byron York chief political correspondent for the Washington examiner dot -- seek it.
American action -- president former CBO director.
Stephen Sigmund democratic strategist and senior vice president for global strategy group -- -- -- start with you what happened here can't -- not.
Well -- -- -- I think that you could take up if you look at a poll every two minutes and -- -- -- whether it.
But don't -- -- -- they're actually anti government cuts taxes under threat -- I think I think that trend at the end of this week if anything as part of back to the president -- but more much more importantly that they poll the Rasmussen poll today the -- would be if those -- today of -- of Wall Street Journal polls in Iowa and Wisconsin trying to -- up by six and five -- and eighteen among women.
So there's there's look the polls are gonna go all over the place what what they really.
There are a lot of poll what -- really show it's a close race Byron do you do you think there's a trend here for Mitt Romney a lot of people then.
Well in Florida I think something is going on in Florida and it's working and Mitt Romney's favorite right now there's no doubt about it he seems to be.
Moving ahead now this this is not a big sign of victory Florida for Romney is -- state you don't when it you die.
So it's he's got a when a lot of things other than Florida but -- he doesn't pass that Florida bar he doesn't when side is gonna be really encouraging news for them.
As they -- you know work in Iowa and New Hampshire and of course Ohio.
Tell you I was surprised to see out what's going on in Ohio.
Several Italy the Fox News poll air show -- 4643.
For Mitt Romney.
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I can't see that we are I don't know if more obamacare isn't pricing you this is -- state -- -- people say Romney have to take.
Well that's certainly does have to take it on I do think there's been -- tightening in the race in the aftermath of two debates.
What I'm looking for for example in Florida is does it spill over to other candidates are you seeing for example the senate race with Connie -- and Bill -- tighten as well.
If you start to see that in addition to that the better numbers for the top of the ticket.
Then you've you've got the ingredients of of of real -- and I think that's what's it's worth looking for because.
Up till now it is simply been a a very tight political race at every level all year without any clear evidence of.