PA May Be Obama’s Biggest 2012 Problem

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With a sputtering economy and a deadlocked Congress, Pennsylvanians don’t have a high opinion of Barack Obama’s presidency, and that may be one his biggest problems going into the 2012 elections. PA is always a crucial state, but Public Policy Polling now shows him at 46/48 against a generic Republican candidate.

Even though Obama carried PA by 10 points in 2008, his re-election support is far from a sure thing here.

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