Polling round-up: Obama up in Virginia and Wisconsin, Romney leads in Colordao


The latest Quinnipiac/New York Times/CBS News polls in selected battleground states:

Wisconsin: Obama 51%, Romney 45%

Colorado: Romney 50%, Obama 45%

Virginia: Obama 49%, Romney 45%

“Combined with the surveys last week in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, the new state polls paint a portrait of an electorate that has largely made up its mind but sees both candidates as having vulnerabilities — giving each side opportunities to exploit.”

Via Political Wire.



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