February 08, 2012


Obama Takes Back Lead in Virginia

A new Quinnipiac poll in Virginia shows President Obama pulling ahead of Mitt Romney in a general election match up, 47% to 43%. In late December, Romney was ahead by two points, 44% to 42%.

Obama also leads Rick Santorum 49% to 41%, tops Ron Paul 47% to 40%, and crushes Newt Gingrich 51% to 37%.

Said pollster Peter Brown: "The keys are the president's improved standing among independent voters and women in the Old Dominion."










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