Skip to comments.Poll: Obama Weak In Ohio, But Stronger Than GOP Rivals (Wiki: PPP: "Democratic Leaning Polling Firm"
Posted on 05/24/2011 6:10:58 PM PDT by Laissez-faire capitalist
President Barack Obama's approval rating with Ohio voters is below 50 percent but the Democratic president still appears to be in decent shape to carry the state in 2012 against potential GOP candidates, according to a Public Policy Polling survey released Tuesday. The survey from the Democratic polling company, based in Raleigh, N.C., found that 46 percent of Ohio voters approved the presidents performance while 49 percent disapproved. However, in matchups against potential GOP, Obama prevailed. The closest race was with former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, with Obama leading 46-42 percent...
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Wikipedia shows that PPP is highly unreliable. Democratic clients...Asking people in polls if they believe that Obama is the antichrist. What a joke.
If we do lose CO and NV, we can still win with any one of these: NM, NH, or IA.
So Ohio, the least conservative of the big five, is most important. Even the language of this poll says:
If a GOP candidate really captures the attention of the voters, Obama will be in trouble but that is far from inevitable.
That's not a ringing endorsement of his odds here.
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