Wednesday, August 22, 2012

New Hampshire is still a swing state
Voter surveys here show New Hampshire is up for grabs. Obama won the state in 2008 with 53.4 percent to John McCain’s 44.8 percent. Looking toward November, the University of New Hampshire’s bimonthly Granite State Poll has Obama ahead, but his lead has been steadily declining. In February, he was 10 points ahead; in April, 9; in June, 4; and on August 12 he led by 3 points. Obama still has an edge, but the trend line is troubling to his campaign.”

Poll:  Obama still leads in Virginia

President Obama leads Mitt Romney by 5 points in Virginia according to a poll released Tuesday by the Democratic-leaning firm Public Policy Polling, which shows the president ahead 50 percent to 45 percent.”

Poll:  Obama by a hair in Nevada
President Barack Obama edges out GOP opponent Mitt Romney 47 percent to 45 percent in a new Nevada poll … “

Romney improving in swing states polls

“ … Mr. Romney has made up some ground in the swing states. Apart from his selection of Mr. Ryan, there are other things going on in the campaign. For example, Mr. Romney’s advertising advantage in swing states could be starting to pay dividends.”


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