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David Winston a Republican pollster and former advisor to the House Republican Conference an independent pollster Scott Rasmussen so one great question Scott.
From Joyce ice US you know -- the baby -- still the largest voting bloc in America who is the largest voting -- In the country well.
Yet the boomers are the largest a generation and as they get older -- voting more often they are key to what's gonna happen in this election.
But most of their most people know we're gonna vote for -- 2012.
Would also in 2016.
We're talking about a very small group of uncommitted voters at this race is being fought over and they're not paying attention right now.
That's pretty interesting since most of us probably don't know we're gonna have for lunch let alone her head of the department -- -- sixteen.
David a question from Scott here which voting groups as we now know the baby -- of the largest voting bloc in the country.
Wish voting groups are most important for the Republicans as they head into this convention week.
I think it's from both parties it's independence -- -- one of the things when Republicans lost the majorities in 2006 we lost independents played came over one back when when the house in 2010 won by nineteen.
But again I'm -- this comes down to simply answering for both campaigns one simple question and that's where the jobs that's the question people and answered.
And it's those individuals were focused on that question they're gonna make the difference in this election.
Bernard do you agree with that actually I I take a different view I think that's seniors and women are gonna be the key voting blocs in the selections seniors vote.
-- hard to -- than anyone else I think seniors have shown by two to one that they do not want changes in Medicare they don't trust Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in women by two to one margin in many polls released recently also believe.
But the president cares about them more so than does Mitt Romney so I think.
As you look at these key key groups of women and seniors there's a lot of trouble out on the horizon for the Romney right to -- got twenty seconds here how much can't convention and change the numbers that Bernard just mention.
-- other conventions may have a short bounce in either direction they're not going to fundamentally reshape the race one of the reasons.
Those unaffiliated voters most of them think the conventions are waste of time and money.
Well we hope they don't think that's -- because we have a lot of them do I'm sorry but I think that's.
I've gotten David Bernard thanks beyond today we hope to have you back in and thank you for taking our viewers' questions for excellence and -- --
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