Results Are In

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Wednesday, November 07, 2012

US President Barack Obama arrive on stage after winning the 2012 US presidential election November 7, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. Barack Obama arrives on stage in Chicago, Illinois after winning the 2012 election November 7, 2012. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

President Obama is reelected and a new storm approaches. Jeff Greenfield of PBS, NPR’s Cokie Roberts and others provide thorough analysis of election results, from the presidential race to ballot initiatives. Plus: Continued coverage of the ongoing recovery from Hurricane Sandy and the coming Nor'easter.

Extended News from WNYC and NJPR

WNYC's Richard Hake and NJPR's David Furst provide extended news coverage of the election results and the latest on recovery efforts following Hurricane Sandy with WNYC's Bob Hennelly. Plus, WNYC business editor Charlie Herman talks about this morning's stock market.

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Breaking Down the Election

Jeff Greenfield, co-host of PBS's "Need to Know" and columnist for Yahoo! News, talks about last night's results.

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Our Patchwork Nation

Dante Chinni, Patchwork Nation director, discusses the election results through the lens of Patchwork Nation.

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Ballot Initiatives 2012 Results

Not only candidates appeared on ballots yesterday. Jennie Bowser, senior fellow at the National Conference of State Legislatures, talks about the most significant state ballot initiatives of 2012.

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More Election Analysis with Cokie Roberts

NPR and ABC news analyst Cokie Roberts talks about last night's election results.

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Pollsters on Voting Blocs

Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion (MIPO), and Maurice Carroll, Quinnipiac University Polling Institute director, look at exit poll data on who voted, for whom, and why.

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Election 2012: Summing Up

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