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Despite Trailing, Romney and Ryan Hit New Hampshire

rmiller Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 1:36 PM
Just like bob Casey and Tom Smith here in PA the polls are not worth looking at some times theres just no way you can shut down coal mines power plants and you could go on and on and then be winning in the polls.Give me a brake the kool ade can't be that strong people are a lot smarter then thay let onthere is going to be big change.But still going to be a lot of work puting this country back on track
In New Hampshire, the critical swing state where Mitt Romney first launched his general election campaign, the former governor is trailing the president by six points, according to RealClearPolitics.com.

Obama won the state of New Hampshire in 2008 by nine points, with 54 percent of the vote to McCain’s 45 percent. The latest polls show him with a comfortable lead in this election as well.

Former New Hampshire governor and Romney adviser John Sununu, however, criticized one survey in particular conducted by WMUR/University of New Hampshire, which shows Obama ahead by 15 points,