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Obama rebounds in Pennsylvania

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President Obama's enjoying somewhat of a political rebound in Pennsylvania, a new poll suggested Wednesday.

Though most national polls have shown that the bounce in the president's approval rating following the killing of Osama bin Ladin has faded, a new Quinnipiac University poll showed that Obama's numbers in the Keystone State had rebounded since late April, when they took a major tumble.


Forty-eight percent of Pennsylvanians said Obama deserves a second term, while 46 percent said they do not. In an April 28 Quinnipiac poll, Obama's numbers were much worse: A majority, 52 percent, opposed his reelection, while only 42 percent supported a second term for Obama.

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