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Mitt Romney leading in all 11 key swing states in QStarNews poll
October 12, 2012 By: Dean ChambersThe QStarNews poll of swing states released today shows Mitt Romney leading 50.20 percent to 46.00 percent over President Obama in the popular vote collectively in the 11 key swing states surveyed while he also leads in each of the 11 swing states. The QStarNews poll surveyed likely voters from Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. The poll included 4808 likely voters from those 11 states and had a margin of error of 1.41 percent.
The president has a slightly higher disapproval rating than his approval rating among the likely voters in the 11 states in the QStarNews poll. Those who somewhat approve of Obama's performance as president were 23.30 percent while 22.01 strongly approve of the president for a total approval rating of 45.31 percent. Those who disapprove were divided between 5.51 percent who somewhat disapprove and 49.02 percent who strongly disapprove for a total disapproval rate of 54.53 percent.
Romney is winning in all of the 11 states, and as shown by the map above, would win the presidency if he wins those seven states. The other 39 states and the District of Columbia are shaded dark blue for Obama and dark red for Romney and those projections are nearly universal among all the maps of the race published on the web. The 11 key swing states covered in this poll as also the very states on which most analysts and prognosticators disagree about which candidate will win those states.http://www.examiner.com/article/mit...-qstarnews-poll
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