Wed Oct 10, 2012, 10:39 PM
cal04 (39,576 posts)
Philadelphia Inquirer Poll: Obama Leads Romney By 8 In Pennsylvania
President Barack Obama holds an 8-point lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney in Pennsylvania, according to results of a new poll announced Wednesday evening.
The latest Philadelphia Inquirer poll shows Obama earning the support of 50 percent of likely voters in the state, while Romney trails with 42 percent. That amounts to a small uptick for Romney since the previous Inquirer poll in September, which showed Obama up, 50 percent to 39 percent.
Romney's personal popularity has improved only marginally, even in the wake of a triumphant performance in the first presidential debate. While 65 percent of debate watchers in the state declared Romney the winner of the debate in Denver, only 47 percent of Pennsylvania voters have a favorable view of the former Massachusetts governor — a modest 2-point bump since the September poll.
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PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER PUBLIC OPINION POLL (PRESENTED BYSUSQUEHANNA BANK) REVEALS OBAMA HAS EIGHT POINT LEAD INPENNSYLVANIA FOLLOWING THE FIRST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE
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Thu Oct 11, 2012, 10:13 AM
PaPaw_Mamaw (3 posts)
7. CALL wjc...
If there is any narrowing of the race in Pa., Obama should have a rally in Philly like Kerry did and invite President Clinton to be the headliner. It helped Kerry win Pa..