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Wednesday Swing State Polls Analysis: OH, FL, VA, WI, NC
Posted by Ashish on 10.31.2012

Here are the numbers, followed by my analysis.

* OHIO: Obama 50%, Romney 45% -- No change since 1 week ago (CBS/NYT)
* OHIO: Obama 48%, Romney 46% -- Romney +3% since 5 weeks ago (Univ. of Cincinnati)
* FLORIDA: Obama 48%, Romney 47% -- Romney +8% since 5 weeks ago (CBS/NYT)
* FLORIDA: Romney 50%, Obama 47% -- Romney +2% since 1 week ago (Gravis)
* VIRGINIA: Obama 49%, Romney 47% -- Romney +3% since 3 weeks ago (CBS/NYT)
* VIRGINIA: Romney 49%, Obama 44% -- Romney +13% since 1 month ago (Roanoke
* WISCONSIN: Obama 51%, Romney 43% -- Obama +7% since 2 weeks ago (Marquette)
* NORTH CAROLINA: Obama 49%, Romney 49% -- No change since 1 week ago (Public Policy)

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