Obama has taken the lead in the key swing state of Ohio over Romney and all potential Republican challengers according to a poll released today. He was tied with Romney in Ohio a month ago.
Public Policy Polling released a new poll of Ohio voters today showing that Obama would carry the state by a wider margin than he did in 2008 if the election were held today. He beats Romney by 9 points (50-41) and all the other Republican contenders by double digits. Obama carried Ohio in 2008 with 52% of the vote to John McCain’s 47%. Obama and Romney were tied in Ohio at 47% each last month. 10% of Republicans in Ohio are now supporting Obama. Only 4% of Democrats say they would vote for Romney.
Read more here:http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/2011/PPP_Release_OH_1109925.pdf
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