Many are calling it a turnout election. If true, the Romney campaign has to be thrilled with Pew’s finding that it has a turnout edge on President Obama’s campaign.
Breitbart.com has the numbers:
In 2008, among registered voters Democrats held a 12-point lead on party identification. This year, the Democrat lead is just 5 points. That isn’t enough to withstand Romney’s turnout advantage.
If Pew’s findings hold through Tuesday and Romney has the turnout edge, he is well on his way to victory.
I think the pollsters all underestimate the turnout for Romney. Cot for your love of country!
— Lance (@lance4usa) November 4, 2012
@kirstenpowers10 Gallup using a model of voter turnout similar to Ras polls where party ID is about even. If that happens, Romney wins.
— Young Right (@YoungRightBlog) November 4, 2012
don't get too complacent. we gotta continue working hard, we've gota get a huge Romney turnout on Tues otherwise O will still be Pres 🙁
— Kristina (@Kristina_x_x) November 4, 2012
If Pew's findings hold through Tuesday and Romney has the turnout edge, he is well on his way to victory. <big smile> #RomneyRyan2012
— HappyDae (@HappyDae) November 4, 2012
Surely the media will widely report this.