Is There a Chance For a Republican President in 2012?

Despite all the analysis and hype over the Republican race for the presidential nomination, new polls are showing just how grim the picture looks for the eventual Republican nominee. 

While Obama may have low approval numbers nationally, there has yet to be a Republican candidate that can win enough states to defeat Obama.

You decide: Is there any chance for a Republican president in 2012?

 

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Dillon Cory

Dillon Cory is a student at the University of Chicago. Raised in rural Idaho, he moved to Chicago to experience all that a big city has to offer. He is currently studying Political Science and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, both building on his interest in Middle East issues. Dillon is currently in the process of becoming an officer in the United States Marine Corps and has attended Officer Candidate School. He has a passion for political biographies and is a great fan of the Colbert Report.

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