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September 09, 2012


Obama Widens Lead in Ohio

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Ohio finds President Obama leads Mitt Romney by five points, 50% to 45%.

Key finding: "Romney actually leads 46% to 44% with independents but Obama has the overall advantage thanks to a more unified party base. He leads 86% to 11% with Democrats, compared to Romney's 83% to 13% advantage with Republicans. Obama's 75 point lead within his own party is up from 70 points a month ago, suggesting that his party has coalesced around him a little bit more in the wake of a successful convention."














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