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And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
After every election there are a number of winners and losers of course tonight a list of winners and losers.
Of the people who predict winners and losers the pollsters.
A Fordham University study credits the democratic leaning public policy polling or PPP.
As the most accurate of the survey companies this year.
The poll it does in partnership with the Daily Kos and the services -- international union SE -- U was second.
You gov was third it's -- Reuters and purple strategies round out the top five.
The bottom of the list includes some famous ones Rasmussen Gallup.
NPR National Journal and in last place the Associated Press poll conducted by JFK.
The university of Virginia's Larry savage -- tells us what happened quote some pollsters incorrectly thought turnout in this election.
But look more like 2004 when bush won than 2008 when Obama won.
This caused them to overestimate Romney's likely vote in the swing states.
They were wrong and the pollsters who rejected an electorate very much like 2008 were right.
Lesson learned all round.
Poll -- burglar aggregate are real clear politics was not part of the study but it correctly predicted every state.
With Florida still undecided.
The biggest money loser in the general election campaign was to -- them casino mogul Sheldon adults and he spent more than 53 million dollars on the Romney effort as well as funding senate and house races all of his candidates lost except want.
Nevada senator elect Dean Heller and defeated -- -- Shelley -- a Democrat.
Forbes puts the loss in perspective quote.
While 53 million dollars may sound like quite a chunk of change it's not much for a guy worth twenty point five billion dollars.
Imagine an -- average person what -- 100000 dollar net worth.
Buying a pair of Tory Burch shoes for 250 dollars.
You'd care if you lost them but you wouldn't be ruined.
And finally won Kentucky candidate learned the hard way that every vote counts Robert McDonald finished in a dead heat.
With -- -- for the final seat on the Walton City Council.
One vote that was not cast would have put him over the top only one vote would have done it.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports McDonald's wife.
Who works nights at a hospital and is finishing nurses training did not make it to the polls.
So now his election.
Will hinge on a point flip.
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