August 14, 2012


Obama Up Slightly in Ohio

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Ohio finds President Obama with a narrow advantage over Mitt Romney, 48% to 45%, unchanged from a late June survey.

"Ohio provides a good illustration of how disgusted voters are with both of their serious choices in this election. They are not happy with the job Obama's doing, giving him a 46% approval rating with 51% of voters disapproving. But he leads anyway because folks are even less enamored with Romney -- just 41% have a favorable opinion of him to 52% who see him negatively."










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