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Saturday, October 20, 2012

Unemployment Rates Fall In 7 Swing States

Unemployment rates fell or held steady last month in nine key swing states at the center of this year’s presidential election.

Rates dropped in Ohio, Florida, Wisconsin, Colorado, Iowa, Nevada and North Carolina. They were unchanged in New Hampshire and Virginia.

The declines could help President Barack Obama at a critical time. With just 18 days until Election Day, polls show GOP challenger Mitt Romney gaining momentum with voters in key states.



Anonymous said...

More lies from the regime. The corrected numbers will be out AFTER THE ELECTION. Imagine that.

Anonymous said...

RIIIIIGGHHHTT! Really skyrocketing, but ONLY in the "swing" states! And we all believe you! Really! We all have jobs now! We do! Yes! Really! Oh, Yeaaahhhhh!


Anonymous said...

I thought I saw a drone flying overhead yesterday, I was wrong, it was a flying pig

Anonymous said...

our gagnster president is use to playing the numbers. You have to be an idiot to believe that all of a sudden three weeks before an election the numbers just all of a sudden drop. Of course some have just quit looking. Oh well our president like most liberals is a legend in his own mind. Whats with Ohio anyway? Are they all on drugs? They can't be that many stupid people in one state!

lmclain said...

How coincidental. Fraud. Lies. Misrepresentation. Has this administration EVER put out numbers that they didn't (at midnight on a friday night) later "adjust"? UPWARDS!? The sad thing is that they say these things with a straight face, like they REALLY belive it and expect US to believe them, too. By election time, there should only be about 10-11 people still looking for a job....