A new shock poll out of Pennsylvania finds Gov. Mitt Romney closing fast on Barack Obama, now trailing in the very blue state by only 4-points, 50%-46%:
BUSINESS WEEK: Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, continuing his post-debate surge, closed to within four points of President Barack Obama among likely voters in Pennsylvania, narrowing a 12-point gap less than a month ago.
The Quinnipiac University poll of likely voters conducted Oct. 12-14 gave the president a 50 percent to 46 percent advantage, compared with Obama’s 54 percent to 42 percent lead in the Sept. 18-24 survey before the two men held their first nationally televised debate on Oct. 3 in Denver. They debate again tonight.
Romney is “coming on strong in the Keystone State,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac polling institute in Hamden, Connecticut. . . . Read More