I-4 Corridor Predicts Florida for Romney

Miami New Times | November 5, 2012
The folks most likely to choose the next president live in Central Florida, near the 132-mile east-west artery known as the I-4 corridor. Sandwiched between Tampa and Daytona Beach, this strip of concrete is Florida's very own Mason-Dixon line, subdividing the state into red and blue halves in which the conservative North votes Republican and the liberal South usually sides with the Democrats.

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