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  • SHOCK POLL: ROMNEY EDGES OBAMA IN MICHIGAN

    06/07/2012 11:24:44 AM PDT · by BarnacleCenturion · 139 replies
    drudgereport.com ^ | June 7, 2012 | staff
    <p>President Barack Obama’s popularity in Michigan has slipped in recent months, leaving him in a dead heat with Republican challenger Mitt Romney, according to a new poll of state voters by EPIC-MRA of Lansing.</p> <p>The poll, released this morning to the Free Press and four TV stations, shows Romney leading Obama 46%-45%, a reversal from the last EPIC poll in April which showed Obama ahead 47%-43%.</p>
  • MI poll: Romney 46% Obama 45% (WXYZ-TV)

    06/07/2012 9:27:29 AM PDT · by tellw · 27 replies
    WXYZ TV ^ | 6/7/12 | Chuck Stokes
    If the General  Election were held today, 46-percent of 600 likely voters would cast their ballot for Romney, and 45-percent would vote to re-elect Obama.  In a statewide poll conducted last month, President Obama was leading Governor Romney,  47-percent to 43-percent.  
  • Group ends Mich. recall effort after Wis. results

    06/07/2012 9:25:00 AM PDT · by TurboZamboni · 25 replies
    pioneer press ^ | 6-7-12 | ap
    LANSING, Mich.—A group seeking to recall Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder announced Thursday that it has ended the effort following Gov. Scott Walker's victory in Wisconsin's recall election. The group called Michigan Rising said it would stop collecting signatures, noting it already was short of its own gathering goals. Instead, the group said it will focus on a long-term effort to form a progressive think tank, develop progressive leaders and support current progressive legislators.