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OBAMA’S POST-DEBATE POLLING SLUMP RESONATES ACROSS SWING STATES

- October 5, 2012

Florida

Rasmussen Reports: Romney Leads Obama 49-47 Percent In Florida. (Rasmussen Reports, 500 LV, MoE 4.5%, 10/4/12)

We Ask America Poll: Romney Leads Obama 49-46 Percent In Florida. (We Ask America Poll, 500 LV, MoE 4%, 10/4/12)

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: 53 Percent Of Florida Likely Voters Think The Country Is On The Wrong Track, While 41 Percent Think It Is Headed In The Right Direction. (NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll, 890 LV, MoE 3.3%, 9/30-10/1/12)

Ohio

We Ask America Poll: Romney Leads Obama 47-46 Percent In Ohio. (We Ask America Poll, 500 LV, MoE 4%, 10/4/12)

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: 52 Percent Of Ohio Likely Voters Think The Country Is On The Wrong Track, While 43 Percent Think It Is Headed In The Right Direction. (NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll, 931 LV, MoE 3.2%, 9/30-10/1/12)

Public Policy Polling: 49 Percent Of Ohio Voters Disapprove Of President Obama’s Job Performance, While 48 Percent Approve. (Public Policy Polling, 897 LV, MoE 33%, 9/27-9/30/12)

  • Public Policy Polling: 52 Percent Of Ohio Independent Voters Disapprove Of President Obama’s Job Performance, While 41 Percent Approve. (Public Policy Polling, 897 LV, MoE 33%, 9/27-9/30/12)

Virginia

We Ask America Poll: Romney Leads Obama 48-45 Percent In Virginia. (We Ask America Poll, 500 LV, MoE 4%, 10/4/12)

Rasmussen Reports: Romney Leads Obama 49-48 Percent In Virginia. (Rasmussen Reports, 500 LV, MoE 4.5%, 10/4/12)

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: 52 Percent Of Likely Virginia Voters Think The Country Is On The Wrong Track While 43 Percent Think It Is Headed In The Right Direction. (NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll, 969 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/30-10/1/12)

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: 47 Percent Of Likely Virginia Voters Think Romney Would Do A Better Job Handling The Economy, While 46 Percent Think Obama Would. (NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll, 969 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/30-10/1/12)

Roanoke College Poll: 49 Percent Of Virginia Voters Think Romney Would Do A Better Job On The Budget Deficit, While 39 Percent Think Obama Would. (Roanoke College Poll, 589 LV, MoE 4%, 9/19-9/28/12)

Roanoke College Poll: 49 Percent Of Virginia Voters Disapprove Of ObamaCare’s Individual Insurance Mandate, While 42 Percent Approve. (Roanoke College Poll, 589 LV, MoE 4%, 9/19-9/28/12)

Iowa

Des Moines Register Iowa Poll: 54 Percent Of Iowa Adults Think The Country Is On The Wrong Track, While 40 Percent Think It Is Headed In The Right Direction. (Des Moines Register Iowa Poll, 600 A, MoE 3.5%, 9/23-9/26/12)

Des Moines Register Iowa Poll: 30 Percent Of Iowa Adults Think They Are Worse Off Financially Than They Were Four Years Ago, While 28 Percent Think They Are Better Off, And 42 Percent Think They Are About The Same. (Des Moines Register Iowa Poll, 600 A, MoE 3.5%, 9/23-9/26/12)

Des Moines Register Iowa Poll: 50 Percent Of Iowa Adults Disapprove Of Obama’s Handling Of The Economy, While 45 Percent Approve. (Des Moines Register Iowa Poll, 600 A, MoE 3.5%, 9/23-9/26/12)

Des Moines Register Iowa Poll: 50 Percent Of Iowa Adults Disapprove Of Obama’s Handling Of Health Care, While 45 Percent Approve. (Des Moines Register Iowa Poll, 600 A, MoE 3.5%, 9/23-9/26/12)

Des Moines Register Iowa Poll: 60 Percent Of Iowa Adults Disapprove Of Obama’s Handling Of The Budget Deficit, While 33 Percent Approve. (Des Moines Register Iowa Poll, 600 A, MoE 3.5%, 9/23-9/26/12)

Nevada

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: 49 Percent Of Nevada Likely Voters Disapprove Of Obama’s Job Performance, While 47 Percent Approve. (NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll, 984 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/23-9/25/12)

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: 55 Percent Of Nevada Likely Voters Think The Country Is On The Wrong Track, While 41 Percent Think It Is Headed In The Right Direction. (NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll, 984 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/23-9/25/12)

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: 48 Percent Of Nevada Likely Voters Think Romney Would Do A Better Job Of Handling The Economy, While 47 Percent Think Obama Would. (NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll, 984 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/23-9/25/12)

New Hampshire

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: 51 Percent Of New Hampshire Likely Voters Think The Country Is On The Wrong Track, While 44 Percent Think It Is Headed In The Right Direction. (NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll, 1012 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/23-9/25/12)

North Carolina

Rasmussen Reports: Romney Leads Obama 51-47 Percent In North Carolina. (Rasmussen Reports, 500 LV, MoE 4.5%, 10/2/12)

American Research Group Poll: Romney Leads Obama 50-46 Percent In North Carolina. (American Research Group Poll, 600 LV, MoE 4%, 9/28-9/30/12)

  • American Research Group Poll: Romney Leads Obama 55-40 Percent Among North Carolina Independent Voters. (American Research Group Poll, 600 LV, MoE 4%, 9/28-9/30/12)

Public Policy Polling: 49 Percent Of North Carolina Voters Disapprove Of President Obama’s Job Performance, While 48 Percent Approve. (Public Policy Polling, 981 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/27-9/30/12)

  • Public Policy Polling: 58 Percent Of North Carolina Independent Voters Disapprove Of President Obama’s Job Performance, While 38 Percent Approve. (Public Policy Polling, 981 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/27-9/30/12)

Public Policy Polling: 49 Percent Of North Carolina Voters Trust Romney More On The Economy, While 47 Percent Trust Obama. (Public Policy Polling, 981 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/27-9/30/12)

  • Public Policy Polling: 58 Percent Of North Carolina Independent Voters Trust Romney More On The Economy, While 36 Percent Trust Obama. (Public Policy Polling, 981 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/27-9/30/12)

SurveyUSA: 45 Percent Of North Carolina Voters Think They Are Worse Off Than They Were Four Years Ago, 23 Percent Think They Are Better Off, And 31 Percent Think They Are About The Same. (SurveyUSA, 641 RV, MoE 4.2%, 9/29-10/1/12)

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: 54 Percent Of North Carolina Likely Voters Think The Country Is On The Wrong Track, While 41 Percent Think It Is Headed In The Right Direction. (NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll, 1035 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/23-9/25/12)

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll: 47 Percent Of North Carolina Likely Voters Think Romney Would Do A Better Job Of Handling The Economy, While 46 Percent Think Obama Would. (NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll, 1035 LV, MoE 3.1%, 9/23-9/25/12)


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