Zogby: Obama Likely Winner, Results 'Discouraging' for Romney

Tuesday, 06 Nov 2012 09:09 PM

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Pollster John Zogby says early results for Mitt Romney are "very discouraging" and says while he is not formally calling the election for Obama, he believes the President will win re-election.

Noting close exit polls across the country, Zogby said Obama has been
performing better in key swing states than expected.

In Fla., Zogby said Obama was "outperforming" in the state's I-4
corridor that runs between Tampa and Orlando.

According to Zogby, Obama is also doing remarkable well in Miami-Dade, noting that he is winning 40 percent of the state's Cuban-American vote -- a record for Obama.

Zogby said the national race may shape up to be close with Obama
possibly getting a "commanding lead" in the Electoral College.


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