But that is a huge caveat. Dem turnout and black turnout is typically higher in Presidential elections. If turnout model is like 2010, then Romney runs away with it, obviously. ___________________________Hi Drebbin, I was wondering if you had any data that backs this up. I am not doubting it, as I do find it believable, but was interested in a look and thought there might be a site you use in general that would shorted my search Obviously if this is from scratch, I can spend time to find it, so don't view this as a challenge. I had looked previously and was able to ascertain that 2006 and 2010 were not much different from amount of votes. I was wondering in particular about the demographic shift to a more Dem base in Presidential elections. SO again, if there is anyone actually that has a site they use for this type of info please let me know.
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