July 28, 2012


Obama Lead Narrows in Pennsylvania

A new Susquehanna Polling & Research survey in Pennsylvania found President Obama leading Mitt Romney by just three points, 46% to 43%.

In June, Obama led by five points, 48% to 43%.

Key findings: "Nearly 80% of voters in the poll said they had seen campaign ads from the candidates. Just 39% view Romney favorably, compared with 41% who have an unfavorable view of him. Voters are almost evenly split on their opinions of Obama, 46% favorable and 45% unfavorable."










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