Obama Holds Lead in Florida and Ohio Polls - Wall ST Journal<quoted text>Stop watching MSLSD dummy!! You must be a pedophile. You have a vivid and perverted imagination!!
Obama Romney tied in Ohio!! What a twit!
President Barack Obama holds an edge over Mitt Romney in Florida and Ohio, the two largest battlegrounds in determining who will win the White House on Tuesday, new polls show.
The Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist Poll surveys of likely voters released Friday show Mr. Obama maintaining a foothold little changed from four weeks ago, when the Journal surveyed voters in both states just after Mr. Romney's strong debate performance in Denver.
Obama Campaign strategist David Axelrod denies claims of Mitt Romney's momentum while GOP adviser Rich Beeson says several blue states could be in play. WSJ reporters assess the final days of the campaign, the new jobs figures and Hurricane Sandy.
With just days to go before the election, both the Obama and Romney campaigns are targeting their bases, getting the vote out, and reaching out to the few undecided voters in the key battleground state of Ohio. WSJ's Andy Jordan spent a few days there to get a sense of strategy on the ground.
People voting early on Oct. 30 in Columnbus, Ohio, a battleground state where a poll shows President Barack Obama maintaining an edge.
The surveys found the two battling neck-and-neck in Florida, with Mr. Obama drawing 49% support among likely voters to Mr. Romney's 47%.
Mr. Obama held a firmer lead in Ohio—51% to 45%, unchanged from mid-October—where the relatively more buoyant economy and the federal bailout of the auto industry appear to have solidified his support among a wide swath of voters.
You've proven yourself to be an uneducated, ignorant dolt!!
It figures. I'm done explaining the truth to liars and fools like you.
You didn't even know th eState of Pa had said they had no evidence of voter fraud!!
You're dumber than a stump!!