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ProLife (51%) v ProDeath (41%) death (Gallup) • 2nd Amendment +97% (USA Today)
(U6) Underemployed=14.6%-22.5% (U3) Unemployed=7.9%-14.6% (29.9% ELC,CA 21Sep12) (WND & BLS/U.S. Gov & Gallup & Ca.gov EDD)

Unemployment: U1=4.4% • U2=4.2% • U3=7.9% • U4=8.4% • U5=9.3% • U6=14.6% (2Nov, http://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.t15.htm)
OHIO: Leans Obama Toss-ups: CO, IA, NH, VA, WI plus FL-Leans R • NV, OH-Leans O (Sabato, Mo.5Nov12)
OHIO: Obama 49.4% • Romney 46.5% (Mo.5Nov, Rasmussen)
OHIO: O-49.4 • R=46.5 (RCP, Su.4Nov12)
OHIO: O-48% • R-46 (We.31Oct12, Cleveland Plains Dealer)
Stephen Koff By Stephen Koff, Cleveland Plain Dealer Washington Bureau Chief by Stephen Koff, Cleveland The Plain Dealer, Washington Bureau Chief, October 28, 2012 quote article source: http://www.cleveland.com/open/index.ssf/2012/10/ohio_presidential_poll.html
  "..Ohio is widely acknowledged as the ultimate prize. ¶ Political scientists and analysts say it would be very hard to win 270 electoral votes, a bare majority, without Ohio and its 18 electoral votes that go to the victor.  Since 1860, when Abraham Lincoln won, every Republican who won the presidency has done so with the help of Ohio.  And John F. Kennedy was the last Democrat who won the presidency without taking Ohio.  That was in 1960."
RCP Electoral: Obama - 201 Romney - 191 (Toss Ups: 146)
       • 270 Votes Are Needed To Win on Mo.17Dec12 in the Electoral College.
also see: Obama (D) vs. Romney (R) (RCP Polls: 1 Page Print)
Obama (D) 48.8% Romney (R) 48.1% (RCP Polls)
Obama's Job Approval / Disapproval Polling Data
from Real Clear Politics Latest: -47.4% v +50.0%

Rasmussen: Obama = 48% • Romney = 49%
Rasmussen: Tu.6Nov12
Presidential Approval Index -8
Strongly Approve 35%
Strongly Disapprove 43%
Total Approve 50%
Total Disapprove 49%
Rasmussen Reports' Daily Presidential Tracking Poll
Rasmussen Favorables: Congress Members, Presidents & Major Figures
Rasmussen Electoral: Romney - 206 • Obama - 237 • Toss-up 95

Gallup President: 52% Disapprove - 44% Approve (1-4Nov12)
Gallup Election: Obama 49% - Romney 48% (7 day registered avg)
Gallup Election: Obama 46% - Romney 49% (7 day likely avg)

Electoral-Vote.com: O-303 • R-220 + 15 Ties (Tu.6Nov12)
IBD: Romney 48.7% • Obama 50.3% (O+1.6%) (Mo.5Nov, final)
Intrade Election Odds: Obama - 73.4% Romney - 26.7%
Election Projection, Senate: Dem - 51 • Rep - 47 • Ind - 2 (Tu.6Nov12)
Election Projection, House:  Dem - 195 • Rep - 240 (Tu.6Nov12)
Electoral Chart: Obama-303 (49.5%) Romney-235 (49.0%) (O+0.5%) 6Nov12
Reuters/ISPOS: Obama - 48.8% Romney - 48.1% (Mo.5Nov: R46-191E/O48-290E)
Pollster Graph:   Obama - 48.1% Romney - 46.7% (588 polls avg, Huff., 11:50amE)
Pollster Electoral: Obama 277 - Romney 191 (Tu.6Nov12, Huff, 9:51amE)
Washington Post Electoral: 0-243 • R-206 & 0-50% R-47% (Tu.6Nov12)
WSJ Politico/GWU/Battleground: Obama-47% Romney-47% (graphs, Tu.6Nov)
Sabato-State of the Electoral: Obama: 290-Romney: 248 (Mo.5Nov12)
Deserves Reelection?: Obama +40%-54% | Obama 43% Romney 46% (2Sep12)
UCB Predicts: Romney 330/61.3%/Obama 208/38.7% (4Oct12, models)
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President Obama Job Approval
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Rasmussen Graph of 2012 Presidential Election
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Prof James Campbell of the University at Buffalo -13 models’ forecasts
Source: James E. Campbell, “Forecasting the 2012 American National Elections: Editor’s Introduction,” PS: Political Science & Politics, v.45, n.4 (October 2012), forthcoming.
UPI Presidential Election Poll
UPI Upate: Fr.2Nov12: likely voters R=48% • O=48%
Pew: Obama-50% & Romney-47% (Su.4Nov12)
Pew Research Presidential Election Poll Sunday 4Nov12
8 October 2012 Mitt Romney no longer trails Barack Obama in Pew Research Center polling. Voters say Romney did a better job than Obama in the Oct. 3 debate. Romney is now better regarded on most personal dimensions and most issues than he was in September.

This chart tracks likely voters, based on national polls conducted by Pew Research Center. (Su.4Nov12)

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