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Why Is MSNBC Blind to Obama's 2012 Presidential Poll Loss?

Earlier today MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell reported on the recent Presidential Poll taken in New Hampshire, but somehow completely missed the glaring news that President Obama lost to Mitt Romney by 8 points.  Instead the report was focused on Sarah Palin and what the MSM considers to be her shrinking chances for a successful White House run.

Perhaps Ms. Mitchell and the MSNBC crew was in such a hurry to get this story on the air they missed the last paragraph with the very telling statistic;

Obama's chances of winning New Hampshire depend, at this point, on his opponent. In a hypothetical race between Obama and Romney, Romney leads, 49 to 41 percent. Against Palin, Obama does much better, leading 57 to 34 percent.

The Palin Obsession once seen as the exclusive territory of MSNBC's Prime Time line-up appears to have drifted into the daylight hours.

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