May 01, 2012


Obama Leads in Virginia

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Virginia finds President Obama leading Mitt Romney by eight points, 51% to 43%.

Key findings: "Obama's winning 57-33 with voters under 30, which is not unusual. But he's also up 56-37 with voters between 30 and 45 which suggests the GOP has a problem in Virginia not just with the very young but also with the somewhat young. That generational gap speaks to the days of Virginia as a solid red state in Presidential elections probably being over."










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