Obama Internal Poll Has Campaign 'Worried,' Trend for Romney

Tuesday, 06 Nov 2012 03:00 PM

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The Obama campaign’s internal polling data — their final polling data — has them “for the first time worried,” a Democratic source familiar with the campaign tells Newsmax.

“They are going like YIKES! after they saw the Michigan numbers this morning,” the source said.

The Obama poll finds Michigan tied, which has the Obama camp “scratching their heads.”

Here’s the rundown of the Obama internals:
  • Michigan TIED
  • Pennsylvania Obama +3: “Not a good sign, Obama was leading there by 10 points two weeks ago and Romney is rallying voters there today.”
  • Ohio Obama +2: “Romney is definitely closing the gap.”
  • Virginia Obama +2: “They feel they have it, Obama wins Virginia.”
  • Colorado Obama +3
  • New Hampshire TIED
  • Florida “They’ve conceded it to Romney.”
“This is really not good, things are not trending their way,” the source said.

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