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  1. Chart by Philadelphia Daily News. 
After a long period of neglect from both presidential candidates, Pennsylvania is seeing increased political television ads. According to a Daily News/Franklin & Marshall College Poll the race is narrowing. Though Obama still holds a powerful lead of 79 percent in Philadelphia, the candidates are in a virtual tie in the suburbs. The Daily News explains Obama’s strategy to keep his narrowing lead in the state seeks the support of women, young Pennsylvanians, and minorities.

    Chart by Philadelphia Daily News

    After a long period of neglect from both presidential candidates, Pennsylvania is seeing increased political television ads. According to a Daily News/Franklin & Marshall College Poll the race is narrowing. Though Obama still holds a powerful lead of 79 percent in Philadelphia, the candidates are in a virtual tie in the suburbs. The Daily News explains Obama’s strategy to keep his narrowing lead in the state seeks the support of women, young Pennsylvanians, and minorities.

  2. The Albuquerque Journal reports that not much has changed in New Mexico politics. President Barack Obama continues to maintain a comfortable lead over Republican candidate Mitt Romney in the Journal’s new poll, 50-41 percent. . 

    abqjournal.com »

  3. The latest poll from WMUR and the UNH Survey Center indicates that Barack Obama has a lead among New Hampshire voters, in front of opponent Mitt Romney by a count of 49 percent to 42 percent.

    The poll also shows a steeper lead for the President among women voters in the state.  Obama leads Romney 57 percent to 34 percent in that category.

  4. Latest Colorado poll…
In a Gravis poll conducted after first debate, October 3-4,"Very likely" or "likely" voters for the candidates are:Romney: 48.2Obama: 44.9
It’s almost an exact reversal from Gravis poll conducted September 25:Romney: 44.8Obama: 48.1 

    Latest Colorado poll…

    In a Gravis poll conducted after first debate, October 3-4,
    "Very likely" or "likely" voters for the candidates are:
    Romney: 48.2
    Obama: 44.9

    It’s almost an exact reversal from Gravis poll conducted September 25:
    Romney: 44.8
    Obama: 48.1 

  5. A new poll conducted by WMUR and the University of New Hampshire Survey Center between Sept. 27-30 shows that President Obama has a big lead over  Mitt Romney in the Granite State, 52 percent to 37 percent.


    thehill.com »

  6. Despite a troubling week for Mitt Romney’s campaign, he is leading Obama a new  Rasmussen poll out Tuesday shows him leading  47 to 45 percent in Colorado.

    A poll released by the Denver Post on Sunday showed Obama leading by, “a single, statistically insignificant percentage point in a poll with a 4-point margin of error.”

    Either way you look at it, Colorado remains a battleground for the final weeks of the 2012 election.

  7. The latest Franklin & Marshall poll shows a slight drop in the numbers for both President Obama and Senator Casey, but still has them leading their opponents.

    Respondents also ranked the problems facing Pennsylvanians today by order of importance. The top five were: unemployment or finances, government or politicians, education, the economy and taxes.

    Read more here.

    politicspa.com »

  8. lrmartinjr:

    President Obama is up again in Virginia’s see-saw presidential contest, according to a new poll that also shows him leading Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Wisconsin but trailing in Colorado.

    Obama leads Romney by 4 points in the Commonwealth in a Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS News poll released Wednesday, representing a shift in a race that was dead even in a poll Quinnipiac conducted in mid-July.

    lrmartinjr »

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