President Obama and Mitt Romney are now tied in the critical battleground state of Wisconsin. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Wisconsin Voters shows the president and his Republican challenger each earning 49% support. One percent (1%) likes another candidate, and two percent (2%) are undecided. Ninety-six percent (96%) of Badger State voters say they are sure to vote in this election. Romney leads 51% to 47% among these voters. Among the 90% who say they’ve already made up their minds whom they will vote for, it’s Romney 51%, Obama 48%....
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I think that if Obama is at 48 or under in any state, that he will lose that state. I believe that if the most recent Rasmussen PA. senate race is accurate, then Smith has a good chance at winning. Casey should be getting more support in PA. than Obama, so Romney could be in good shape and have a shot in PA. I see a lot of Romney signs where I live, but I live in a mostly republican area. Let us hope that the democrats think that Casey and Obama are in good shape and do not spend money. They could be in for a major shock come election day.
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