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    • forward 2012 (BACK IN BLACK) Sheridan Hadley, Genevieve Hurtado, Jordan Elmore, Carter Johnston, Andrew Schultz, Mely Meyer, Kristina Kroon
    • 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.
    • SECONDARY: THE  ECONOMIC MODEL The economic model focuses on: The theory of people voting for their own self-interest. People tend to Vote on economic past, present, and future. Macroeconomics focus on the country as a whole and the decisions of the government Microeconomics focus on individuals, and the decisions of businesses Are we better than we were in 2008? Yes, why? More growth in our economy and unemployment rate * GDP (gross domestic product) in 2008 was at 1.4% and currently it is at 2% in growth * Inflation in 2007 was at 4.3% and is currently at 1.7% * Gas prices are $0.25 cents higher than last year and last month gas prices have gone down $0.11 cents.* Voters are taking all this information into account and vote according to how the president has handled this issues.
    • THE RESULTS The projected results In Georgia President Obama will not win popular vote or the electoral vote as Georgia is mostly a republican statePopular vote: we estimate Obama winning 50.5% of the popular vote while Romney will win 48.50% of the United States popular vote.Electoral votes: we estimate Obama taking 284 and Romney taking 254 of the popular vote This prediction has Obama winning the key swing states Colorado,Illinois, Nevada, New Hampshire, Ohio and Wisconsin.WELCOME BACK BARACK.
    • 50% SO, WHAT’S GOING ON IN  HOME SWEET HOME? Popular Vote Percentages: U.S.: Obama- 50.5% Romney- 48.5% GA: Obama- 44% Romney- 52% While the national vote will go to Obama, he has no chance in Georgia, as it is still known as one of the most conservative states in the nation.
    • THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE CHECK OUT THESE RESULTS!Obama: 28 Romney: 254
    • BIG 6 && TEEN 6THE BIG SIX.Well, since you’re in the class you probably know what the big 6 are but here’s a quick reminder. Thesix states with the largest number of electoral votes, at the very least 20 e.v.’s per state, making themVERY important for each candidate to get.THE TEEN SIX.Ready for one more simple reminder? Well the teen six as you can guess are the six states withbetween 13-19 electoral votes and are often key deciders in the election.HOW DID THESE STATES VOTE IN THE ELECTION?CA- DEMOCRAT (55) NJ- DEMOCRAT (14)TX- REPUBLICAN (38) GA- REPUBLICAN (16)NY- DEMOCRAT (29) NC- REPUBLICAN (15)FL- REPUBLICAN (29) OH- DEMOCRAT (18)IL- DEMOCRAT (20) MI- DEMOCRAT (16)PA- DEMOCRAT (20) VA- REPUBLICAN (13)
    • WHY
    • Why
    • HOUSE SEATS
    • SENATE SEATS There are two Senate seats per state as set by the constitution of the U.S.Each senator serves 6 year terms.2012 Elections* The states that currently have party holding seats show the democrats with the majority of Senate seats by 53 Dem/47 Rep * With states Scheduled for Senate elections in 2012 it is projected that theDemocrats will still have the majority with 44 Dem/ 43 Rep. With 12 undecided and leaning mostly democratic states. Its safe to say that in the 2012 elections the Democrats will have a majority of the seats in the Senate. This gives the Senate overwhelming "Veto Proof" status.With states Scheduled for Senate elections in 2012 it is projected that the Democrats will still have the majority with 44 Dem/ 43 Rep. With 12 undecided and leaning mostly democratic states. Its safe to say that in the 2012 elections the Democrats will have a majority of the seats in the Senate. This gives the Senate overwhelming "Veto Proof" status.With states Scheduled for Senate elections in 2012 it is projected that the Democrats will still have the majority with 44 Dem/ 43 Rep. With 12 undecided and leaning mostly democratic states. Its safe to say that in the 2012 elections the Democrats
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