Los Angeles Times’ Doyle McManus writes about the conflicting messages that recent polls are giving about how Mitt Romney and President Obama are doing, now that November draws closer. McManus turned to The WG’s David Winston for some clarity on the numbers:
“We’re in a kind of political equilibrium,” Republican pollster David Winston told me. “It’s either an even race or a race that slightly favors the president. If you’re in the Obama campaign, that equilibrium looks OK. The question for the Romney campaign is: How do you change that equilibrium?”
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