Q-Poll: Obama’s Numbers Slipping in PA

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The President’s poll numbers are slipping, according to the latest poll from Quinnipiac University. His approval rating stands at 43 percent, although that tops both Republicans and Democrats in Congress. No surprise there – people hate Congress more than ever after the debt ceiling debacle.

Matchups against potential Republican presidential candidates show that Obama would still squeak by in Pennsylvania… unless Mitt Romney is the GOP nominee, in which case the President will have a tougher time with his re-election bid. Romney bests Obama by 2 points.

Check the full poll results here.

 

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