2012 Presidential Election Electoral College Map Projection for October 11th, 2012.

Revised ( 16 of 21) Electoral Map Projection of the 2012 presidential election, based on mundane political contest horary: “Obama vs. GOP Nominee: Who will win X – battleground state?” With 270 electoral votes needed to win, the campaign will be fought in the battleground states of Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin — a total of 151 electoral votes up for grabs. Based on the latest forecast, the presumptive GOP Nominee Mitt Romney has pulled ahead of the President by an additional 18 electoral votes with the state of Ohio going from Blue to Red.

Tide Turning In Ohio:  The race for Ohio’s 18 electoral votes has tightened after last weeks presidential debate, with 51% of likely voters there saying they support President Barack Obama and 47% backing Mitt Romney, according to a CNN/ORC International Poll. Obama’s 4-point advantage is within the poll’s sampling error. On a national level, a CNN Poll of Polls that averages three nonpartisan surveys shows that Romney has the support of 48% of likely voters and Obama 47%.

So the question is which candidate will win the critical battleground state of Ohio in the general election, “Election 2012 – Ohio: Obama (51%) vs. Romney (47%)?” Question asked by astrologer upon reading the CNN email alert on October 10th, 2012 at 11:58:30 am EDT, New York, N.Y.

According to Intrade, the world’s largest prediction market, Obama has a 61% chance of winning, with Romney at a modest 38% probability of being elected. Therefore Obama is the overwhelming Favorite in the race and Romney the Underdog.

1st House – “the favorite”: The Obama Campaign
7th House – “the underdog”: The Romney Campaign
10th House – “the prize”: The Ohio Electoral College Votes
The Moon – “the electorate”: The Ohio Voters

In the horoscope, we have no considerations before judgment, therefore  we can render judgment on this horary figure to determine the winner in this political contest.

The 1st House of the Obama Campaign is ruled by Jupiter. Jupiter is in the sign of his debility – Gemini, retrograde and placed inside the cusp of the 7th House, testimonies that indicate that the foundation of Obama’s Ohio campaign is weakening and unable to recover for its recent debate performance setback. However, the Moon which rules the electorate make a sextile to Jupiter, Obama’s ruler a testimony of a solid voter base that will make the race extremely competitive for his GOP opponent in the final days of the campaign.

The 7th House of the Romney Campaign is ruled by Gemini. Mercury has neutral strength being placed in 11th House and makes as mutual reception to Venus, ruler of the 10th House, both by sextile and rulership and triplicity.  A fortuitous set of testimonies for the GOP Underdog.

Conclusion: Although the President will continue to poll strong then his GOP opponent in the final days of the Election, Venus ruler of the 10th House which rules Ohio’s Electoral College delegates squares to Jupiter – Obama’s significator. An  inauspicious testimony that does not bold well for the Favorite, and indicates an upset is in the making in Ohio race.

Winner: Mitt Romney

1 thought on “2012 Presidential Election Electoral College Map Projection for October 11th, 2012.”

  1. The crucial independent vote in Ohio is warming up to Republican candidate Mitt Romney and turning a cold shoulder to President Barack Obama, according to cumulative data trends from NewsmaxZogby polling.

    When independents were asked who they would vote for if the election were held today, the percentage of likely voters in Romney’s favor has steadily climbed over the three installments of the polling period: In the first round, 31 percent said they’d vote for Romney; in the second round, Romney scored much higher with 35 percent; and in the third and final round, independents weighed heavily in Romney’s favor with 37 percent of the independent vote.

    On the other hand, Obama’s chances with Ohio independent voters declined, indicating a growing dissatisfaction with the president among independents. In the first round of polling data, he garnered 42 percent of the vote. In the second round of data he fell off a percentage point with 41 percent of the vote. In the final tally, his fall was more pronounced, down to 39 percent of the vote.

    The first survey was conducted from Monday Oct. 8 through Wednesday Oct. 10. The next polling was done from Sunday Oct. 7 through Tuesday Oct. 9. And the latest polling data was compiled from Tuesday Oct. 8 through Thursday Oct. 11.

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