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Sunday Swing State Polls Analysis: OH, FL, VA, NH, National

October 28, 2012 | Posted by Ashish

We have a few new swing state polls in today (and yesterday) as we approach the final full week of the election. The numbers are below, followed by my analysis.

* FLORIDA: — Obama 49%, Romney 48% — Obama +2% since 1 week ago (Public Policy)
* OHIO: Obama 51%, Romney 47% — Obama +3% since 1 week ago (Public Policy)
* OHIO: Obama 49%, Romney 49% — Romney +5% since 6 weeks ago (Univ. of Cincinnati)
* VIRGINIA: Obama 51%, Romney 47% — Romney +4% since 6 weeks ago (Public Policy)
* NEW HAMPSHIRE: Obama 49%, Romney 47% — Obama +3% since 1 week ago (Public Policy)

* NATIONAL: Obama 51%, Romney 44% — Obama +1% since yesterday (RAND)
* NATIONAL: Obama 49%, Romney 46% — Obama +2% since yesterday (Reuters)
* NATIONAL: Obama 48%, Romney 47% — Obama +1% since yesterday (Gallup RV)
* NATIONAL: Obama 45%, Romney 44% — Romney +1% since yesterday (IBD/TIPP)
* NATIONAL: Romney 49%, Obama 48% — Romney +1% since yesterday (Public Policy)
* NATIONAL: Romney 49%, Obama 48% — No change since yesterday (ABC/Washington Post)
* NATIONAL: Romney 50%, Obama 47% — No change since yesterday (Rasmussen)
* NATIONAL: Romney 50%, Obama 46% — Romney +1% since yesterday (Gallup LV)

AVERAGE NATIONAL TRACKERS LEAD: Obama +.375%

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