Poll: Obama 48% -Romney 47% (FL), Obama 50% – Romney 45% (OH), Obama 49%- Romney 47% (VA)
A new Quinnipiac poll shows that the race for the White House is tighter than ever in battleground states. These are the most recent findings according to the poll:
- FLORIDA: Obama 48 – Romney 47, compared to Obama 53 – Romney 44 Sept. 26
- OHIO: Obama 50 – Romney 45, unchanged from Oct. 22
- VIRGINIA: Obama 49 – Romney 47, compared to Obama 51 – Romney 46 Oct. 11
If this poll is correct, it seems to show a tightening race in three key battleground states, with Obama maintaining a consistent lead in Ohio.
However, President Obama seems to be losing ground in Michigan, where his lead has declined to only two points.
A new poll from the ‘Detroit News’ has Obama leading Republican opponent Mitt Romney, 47.7 percent to 45 percent. Given that President Obama oversaw the bailout of the auto industry in Michigan, the close poll numbers are surprising.
Another curious case is Florida, where the early vote totals have drastically surged, causing many to suspect that there’s foul play involved. The vote count in Broward county was revised by 536 total, from 28,330 down to 27,794. This may not seem like much at first, but when you consider how close the race is in Florida, and that the state was decided by just about that many votes in the 2000 election, it becomes cause for concern.
Florida officials blame the vote total mixup on computer glitches, but remember that journalist Greg Palast said a good indicator that the 2012 election was about to be stolen would be a surge in computer glitches.
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