May 08, 2012


Obama Ahead in Ohio

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Ohio shows President Obama leading Mitt Romney in a general election match up by seven points, 50% to 43%.

Key finding: "Ohio voters don't love Obama. They're evenly split with 48% approving and 48% disapproving of him, although that is an improvement from the negative numbers he's posted during most of his time in office. Obama's lead in the state may be driven more by the fact that Ohioans just don't much care for Mitt Romney. 37% have a favorable opinion of him to 53% with a negative one."










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