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We'll quickly finish up our second round of our own "Big Ten" states today before the debates commence. This morning: Iowa & Michigan; the remaining states will get posted later today, so check back later.

Michigan

It wasn't that long ago that many respected prognosticators said that Michigan was in play. Mitt Romney did his best to lay claim to being a favorite son, and the early numbers indicated that he may have a chance to keep the state competitive. samsung galaxy a5 2017 custodia Today, that simply does not appear to be the case. custodia samsung s8 fenicottero President Obama has spent his time wisely in this state that was in huge trouble when the economic bubble burst. custodia galaxy s9 plus originale samsung Whether or not you agree with the automotive industry bailout that was directed mostly at General Motors, those whose jobs were tied to the situation were paying attention. custodia s6 samsung galaxy And they seem to be showing it in our latest results: [table id=136 /] As with all polls in this series, we've included Libertarian Gary Johnson to measure third-party support. And please note that the political party affiliation is self-identified in these polls. custodia clip samsung a8 2018

Iowa

Iowa must feel like the prettiest girl at the dance this year. custodia trasparente samsung a6 plus Not only does their caucus system put them in the limelight early and often, both Obama and Romney targeted the Hawkeye State as a pivotal one in a tight race.

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