Romney Continues to Surge in Swing States

NATIONAL (Fox News): Romney 46% vs. Obama 45%
NATIONAL (Gallup Tracking): Romney 48% vs. Obama 47%
COLORADO (Quinnipiac): Romney 48% vs. Obama 47%
FLORIDA (NBC-Marist): Obama 48% vs. Romney 47%
MONTANA (Montana State University-Billings): Romney 49% vs. Obama 35%

MONTANA (PPP): Romney 52% vs. Obama 41%
NEVADA (SurveyUSA): Obama 47% vs. Romney 46%
NEW HAMPSHIRE (Rasmussen): Obama 48% vs. Romney 48%
NORTH CAROLINA (Rasmussen): Romney 51% vs. Obama 48%
OHIO (Gravis): Romney 46% vs. Obama 45%
PENNSYLVANIA (Pulse Opinion): Obama 47% vs. Romney 45%
VIRGINIA (NBC-Marist): Romney 48% vs. Obama 47%
WISCONSIN (Quinnipiac): Obama 50% vs. Romney 47%
WISCONSIN (Rasmussen): Obama 51% vs. Romney 49%
MICHIGAN (Gravis): Obama 46% vs. Romney 44%
MONTANA-GOVERNOR (Montana State University-Billings): Rick Hill (R) 40% vs. Steve Bullock (D) 38%
NEVADA-US SENATE (PPP): Sen. Dean Heller (R) 47% vs. Rep. Shelley Berkley (D) 44%
NEVADA-US SENATE (Suffolk): Sen. Dean Heller (R) 40% vs. Rep. Shelley Berkley (D) 37%
PENNSYLVANIA-US SENATE (Pulse Opinion): Sen. Bob Casey (D) 44% vs. Tom Smith (R) 41%
PENNSYLVANIA-US SENATE (Susquehanna Research): Sen. Bob Casey (D) 46% vs. Tom Smith (R) 44%
VIRGINIA-US SENATE (NBC/Marist): Tim Kaine (D) 47% vs. George Allen (R) 46%
VIRGINIA-US SENATE (McLaughlin): George Allen (R) 49% vs. Tim Kaine (D) 46%
VIRGINIA-US SENATE (WeAskAmerica): George Allen (R) 46% vs. Tim Kaine (D) 41%
WISCONSIN-US SENATE (Quinnipiac): Tammy Baldwin (D) 48% vs. Tommy Thompson (R) 46% (47); Obama 50-47 (51-45)
PHOTO: The Pennsylvania US Senate race has received little attention but GOP candidate Tom Smith clearly has the momentum. In two polls released today he is behind by just 2% and 3%. He is shown with Congressman Tim Murphy, and Smith says “As the owner of several coal mining companies, I was on the receiving end of President Obama and Senator Casey’s costly, job-killing regulations.
“I saw firsthand the damage that an out-of-control government can do to an American economy struggling to create jobs. The President’s EPA has clearly declared a war on coal – an industry crucial to our economy. Dozens of coal plants in Pennsylvania could close under the proposed EPA regulations, destroying jobs and increasing the cost of electricity for families and small businesses.”

 

 

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