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Joining us now Fox News digital politics senator Chris firewall also joining us Juan Williams columnist for the -- Fox News political Alan -- thanks for being here.
Run the table want nine -- I mean that's quite -- promised bold statement.
Well no if you look at the polls they've been pretty consistent.
It would there only out -- that indicate that Romney has.
Ever had a lead in Ohio it's been pretty consistent with the president.
I think the states where you would say that that's unlikely to -- the whole -- would be Florida North Carolina Virginia Colorado.
With those exceptions Obama has had a strong lead beyond the margin of error in those others -- -- -- and now.
And -- you're right about the polls.
But it is it that is just silly talk I think my my dear departed mother would call that -- talk.
When you say we're gonna run nine states we're gonna -- the table and I think.
That's and stuff you say right before the election both sides are gonna spend things in the most favorable light we know is -- races and possibly close.
It's two very very much too close to call the president has had its structural lead that it has held for him in the swing states this but Mitt Romney has continued to lead in the national.
-- is going to be right.
Some is going to be wrong -- a second.
You have just said that in that battleground states -- Obama has demonstrated a lead in the polls yes consistently.
And I think it's -- -- I typically and I think it's important state to lose viewers look.
You know what Mitt Romney -- actually win the popular vote.
But he will lose the election that he does not win these battleground states over got a little bit of a battleground right here -- the -- -- ever gonna continue with their election analysis.
-- -- Juan Williams and Joseph.