A recent NBC/WSJ national poll reported that Barack Obama is beating Mitt Romney 47-44, but is doing even better in the key swing states, where 50 percent of respondents said they’d vote for him, compared to just 42 percent for Romney. (Record levels of support among Latinos, obviously, doesn’t hurt.)
But how does he fare in a state by state breakdown? We looked at some other recent numbers to see how Obama’s is doing in the places that will decide the election.
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