Drudge announces exit poll boom for Obama; 2004 exit polls favored John Kerry; Update: moves Ohio to toss-up

With only the first percent of voting results in, most attention is on exit polling, and the Drudge Report has some conservatives in a panic with a headline claiming an Obama lead in New Hampshire, Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania. Cooler heads on the Right, though, are reminded of a similar trend in 2004 which almost guaranteed a President John Kerry.

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Update:

That boom was a bust. Drudge’s original headline touting a “boom” for Obama was been changed to “Exit Polls Tight.” Also, Ohio, which had been listed in Obama’s in the original post, has been moved to “toss-up” already.

Keep monitoring Twitchy for election updates.

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