Pew: Obama with big lead over Romney, 51% to 41%


A new Pew Research survey shows President Obama opening up a wide lead over Mitt Romney in the presidential race, 51% to 41%.

By a 52% to 37% margin, more voters say they have an unfavorable than favorable view of Romney… Obama’s image remains, by comparison, more positive — 50% offer a favorable assessment of the president, 45% an unfavorable one.



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