Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Obama has strong lead in Pa. and Nj.

More good news for Team Obama. Although a recent poll by Susquehanna Polling & Research,
a Republican backed organization, alleges that Mitt Romney is only one point behind his opponent in Pennsylvania, almost every survey, including the two most recent by Monmouth University/Asbury Park and Mercyhurst University found the President with a significant lead.

Out the 522 likely Pa. voters that Mercyhurst surveyed, almost half (48 percent) said they would cast their ballots for Obama. 40 percent said Mr. Romney had their vote.

Additionally, The Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press Poll found that the President holds a 15 percentage point lead over Mr. Romney in New Jersey.

The race also found that Senator Menendez was favored by 49 percent, with 34 percent for Senator Kyrillos.

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