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July 08, 2011


Obama Looks Weak in Pennsylvania

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Pennsylvania finds it's "looking more and more like it could be a tough hold" for President Obama in 2012.

"His approval rating in the state continues to be under water at 46/48... Obama's poll numbers are worse in Pennsylvania than they are in places like Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, and New Mexico, all states that went Republican in 2004 even as Pennsylvania voted Democratic. The President's persistently poor numbers in a state that's gone Democratic in every Presidential election for the last 24 years probably make Pennsylvania the place where Obama should be most concerned about his current standing."














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