Obama ahead in Colorado, Iowa and Wisconsin

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    President Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney in Colorado, Iowa and Wisconsin, reaching the key 50 percent support threshold in all three battlegrounds, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls of these states.

    In both Colorado and Wisconsin, Obama is ahead by 5 points among likely voters (including those leaning toward a candidate), 50 percent to 45 percent.

    And in Iowa, the president’s edge over Romney is 8 points, 50 percent to 42 percent.

    Among a wider sample of registered voters, Obama’s lead is even larger – 6 points in Colorado, 8 in Wisconsin and 11 in Iowa.

    The results from these new polls are similar to the NBC/WSJ/Marist surveys of Florida, Ohio and Virginia that were released last week. Those showed Obama ahead in all three battlegrounds. And they’re consistent with this week’s national NBC/WSJ poll (conducted by different pollsters) that found Obama up by 5 points among likely voters, 50 percent to 45 percent.

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    Obama's battleground edge grows

    Obama’s edge grows in NBC battleground map… 243 EVs in Obama’s column, 191 in Romney’s, and 104 in Toss-up category… NBC/WSJ/Marist polls of CO, IA, and WI provide evidence of the past week taking a toll on Romney… Romney’s lost week… Get this: By tomorrow, voters in 25 states will already be casting ballots… Obama stumps in VA, while Romney is in NV… And “Meet” has Kelly Ayotte and Deval Patrick.

    In both Colorado and Wisconsin, Obama is ahead by five points among likely voters, 50%-45%. And in Iowa, the president’s edge over Romney is eight, 50%-42%. These new polls -- conducted after the political firestorm over those U.S. embassy attacks and during the release of that video showing Romney talking about the “47%” -- show the toll the last week has taken on Romney. A plurality of likely voters view the GOP presidential nominee in a negative light in all three states. In Colorado, his fav/unfav is 43%-46%; in Iowa, it’s 42%-50%; and in Wisconsin, it’s 43%-46%. By contrast, out of last week’s three NBC/WSJ/Marist polls in Florida, Ohio, and Virginia, just one of them (Ohio) found Romney with an under-water fav/unfav. Meanwhile, Obama’s fav/unfav scores in Colorado (51%-45%), Iowa (53%-42%), and Wisconsin (51%-44%) are all above water and more importantly above 50%. By the way, do note that favorable ratings, job ratings, and ballot tests are all starting to converge.

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    nobody cares about those states..........Romney wont be needing them s0n.............


    And its still a fucking electoral blowout.................

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    LOL.........just thinking over here. How many tmes am I gonna be posting up this gem during the month of November in here...........the k00ks will never again watch a re-run of "Dirty Harry". And every time guys like me are watching it, we'll be laughing our balls off saying to ourselves, "Who fucking knew???!!!"
     
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    What are you babbling about??
     
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    Must be more of that over-polling of Democrats. Ya know, the national polling organizations only seem to over-poll democrats in states that Obama is winning. Somehow, they get a perfect 50/50 split in Texas, Oklahoma, Wyoming....

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