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September 30, 2011


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Matt D

Not as "shocking" as the tweet said. All this poll proves is that Obama is less popular than he was, and that he may or may not become more popular.

Hohum Connecticut

Geez, Connecticut is a non-entity really. By the time Obama's losing NYC's most northerly suburbs, there would've been far more interesting states that he has already lost to the GOP.

Obama 2012

I am disappointed with voters. Obama is doing a lot of great stuff right now. People should be on his side because he's on theirs.

The idea of putting a Republican in the White House in 2012 is so absurd ... it's hard to believe there are so many people willing to even consider it.


This poll shows Obama is relatively unpopular but he could win if he can match up against a candidate who is less popular than he is. My view is that these polls overstate Obama's strength at this point because some Perry supporters deny they will support Romney, etc, even though they will probably come around if Romney becomes the nominee.

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