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  • 1. forward 2012 (BACK IN BLACK) Sheridan Hadley, Genevieve Hurtado, Jordan Elmore, Carter Johnston, Andrew Schultz, Mely Meyer, Kristina Kroon
  • 2. PRIMARY: THE SOCIOLOGICAL MODELWHAT IS THE SOCIOLOGICAL MODEL?Basically, the sociological model of voting takes a look at how people vote based off of what is influencing themto vote. In order to see what is influencing someone you need to take a loot at social class, religious background,ethnicity, race, family loyalties, gender (gender affiliation) and on the job relationships. This is what makes up aperson’s political socialization.WHAT DOES IT HAVE TO DO WITH THE ELECTION?First of all the sociological model of voting really is taking place in every election, because most often people aregoing to vote based off of their political socialization and not just follow their respective party like sheep. In thiselection, many people are listening to the candidates and the questions they are asking are “How will this affectme?” and “What will each candidate to for me?” Because of this, I would certainly say the sociological model istaking the role as the primary model of voting in this election.
  • 3. SECONDARY: THE ECONOMIC MODELWHAT IS THE ECONOMIC MODEL?The theory of people voting for their own self interest.Macro VS microAre we better than we were in 2008?InflationGas prices and inflationgas prices are down for the moment historically consumers are being hit the hardestThe inflation prices grew again to 1.7% and consumer prices grew to %0.6
  • 4. THE RESULTS THIS IS WHERE WE WILL PUT ALL OF THE PROJECTED POP. VOTE INFORMATION THAT WE HAVE COME UP WITH.WELCOME BACK BARACK.
  • 5. 50%SO, WHAT’S GOING ON IN HOME SWEET HOME? Popular Vote Percentages:U.S.: Obama- 50.6% Romney- 48.3%GA: Obama- 44% Romney- 52% While the national vote will go to Obama, he hasno chance in Georgia, as it is still known as one ofthe most conservative states in the nation.
  • 6. THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE CHECK OUT THESE RESULTS!Obama: 284Romney: 254
  • 7. BIG 6 && TEEN 6
  • 8. HOUSE SEATS
  • 9. SENATE SEATS
  • 10. REFERENCES Cambell, James. "Sabatos Crystal Ball."Larry J. A. Can president Obama survive his economic record? Center for politics, 9 Aug. 2012. web. 30 Oct. 2012Seeye, Katherine Q. "Female swing Voters, a coveted demographic. "The new york Times. The New york times, 25 Oct. 2012. 30 Oct. 2012 Silver, Nate." On the Maddeningly inexact relationship unemployment and re-election." FIvethirtyeight. New york times www.270towin.com http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/