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September 15, 2011


Battleground Virginia

A new Quinnipiac poll in Virginia finds President Obama just edges Rick Perry in a general election match up, 44% to 42%, but loses to Mitt Romney, 44% to 42%.

Said pollster Peter Brown: "At this point Romney and Perry both are in a horse race against President Barack Obama, challenging Romney's 'electability' argument. The big difference is among independent voters, where Romney holds a solid 44% to 35% lead, and Perry is in a 40% to 40% dead heat with the president."












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