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-- put up on the screen some national service because they're all over the place.
Here we got.
The pew research poll.
Put that up on the screen Obama fifty Romney forty.
National poll AP.
Forty's I'm 44.
And then they've got the Bloomberg poll seen this when I'm gonna understand and -- undoubtedly -- which is 5340.
And then the Reggie poll which has Romney in front.
The present right but.
We have different assumptions about turnout.
In both polls one is likely voters another one.
It's all voters the other thing is there are more Democrats in the Bloomberg poll than there are in the Rasmussen poll.
More college educated people.
Bottom line it's a race that's -- it's probably very close.
It isn't plus thirteen I doubt it's minus five I think it's close to look at this I think the president is slightly with all registered voters and I think you'd be probably tied but really it's with a -- likely voters.
Let me just say something -- that's why we're here.
Look there -- certain hold you -- brought.
I don't think -- organized pollsters I would never going to put that thirteen point lawyer objects into exactly right -- as a news organization.
Just because you spend money on something.
You get a bad -- you know what.
We -- we -- polls it is accurate within plus or minus 3% 95 out of a hundred times.
-- Greg there is that five times submitted -- totally all.
-- you have to make that kind of judgment and in in the end viewers we'll tell you which ones to follow and I.
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