Swing-state polls from CBS News, the New York Times and Quinnipiac University released Wednesday morning in three key states — Colorado, Virginia and Wisconsin — showed Obama either gaining since last month or, in the case of Virginia, holding his lead. Fox News Polls released Wednesday evening showed Obama with a solid lead in the three biggest swing states; he’s up by seven points each in Ohio and Virginia and five points in Florida. The results confirm polls from NBC News and Marist College in the same three states last week. A Washington Post Poll released Tuesday confirms the movement in Virginia, with Obama up by eight points. And a Marquette University Law School Poll released Wednesday supports the idea that the race in Wisconsin has shifted, with Obama leading by 14 points.
21 Sep 2012