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The F&M poll found Obama leading in his quest for a second term among likely voters, with 52 percent of the vote to Romney's 43 percent. Three percent were undecided.

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  •  This F&M poll actually shows Romney leading by 11 (6+ / 0-)

    when you unskew it.

  •  Romney can, obviously, pretty much write off (1+ / 0-)
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    Pennsylvania.  A 9 point lead with likely voters coupled with a double digit lead amongst registered voters spells big, big trouble for the Romney campaign.

    This polling on the voter id law is just sad, though:

    When it comes to voter ID, 59 percent favor the law and 39 percent oppose it.  

    Of those who favor the law, 75 percent said they still would support the law even if many eligible voters will be prevented from voting because they do not have a proper ID. Twenty-one percent said they would change their minds about the law if it was clear voters would be turned away.

    All those Republicans who would support a voter id law even if it disenfranchises many voters are just sad.  And it shows that conservatives have been far too good with their messaging on this issue, plus the MSM has failed miserably at explaining that voter fraud is virtually non-existant.

    The following is a very good sign, though:

    In all, 99 percent of voters surveyed said they have a state-approved photo ID.

    "A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle" - Mohammed Nabbous, R.I.P.

    by Lawrence on Wed Sep 26, 2012 at 12:15:01 AM PDT

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