Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Tuesday offered a candid assessment of Mitt Romney's electoral chances in an interview with The Hill, saying the Republican nominee is "in trouble" if the race is decided by the increasingly diverse electorate in the United States. Graham suggested that Romney's chances hinge largely on the nation's economy.
“If I were Obama I’d be nervous about the economy, but if I were Romney I’d be nervous about demographics,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) told The Hill on Tuesday. “The economic condition of the nation cries out for a change in leadership, but when you look at the map, demographics, they do matter. If this is an economic election, we’ll win, but if it’s a demographic election, we’re in trouble.”