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Could it be that Virginia is returning to being a Southern state? I think that explains a bigger drop in Obamas numbers than nationally.How else can you explain only 48% (one-day sample) think Obama is a US citizen?


Tom,The 2 big reasons for Obamas slide are. Cap and Trade and Government run healthcare. He is governing to only about 25% of the poplulation right now. That is why he needs to stop letting Pelosi and Waxman write the bills. Obama will lose in 2012 if he doesnt take charge over Pelosi and Waxman. They are both far left legislation. Cap and trade would not be good for Virginia. Virginia has become a swing state. This might become the state that decides Presidential elections.

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