President Obama leads Mitt Romney in Pennsylvania by 11 points, but it’s too early to concede the state according to a Philadelphia Inquirer Pennsylvania Poll
"I'm not 100 percent prepared to say Pennsylvania is not in play," said Adam Geller, of National Research Inc., a Republican firm.
"Is Pennsylvania done? Put a fork in it? I would say not yet," added Jeffrey Plaut, of Global Strategy Group, Geller's Democratic partner in the poll.
The paper reports that the Romney campaign has already cut spending on television ads and appearances in the Keystone State, while the president has also been focusing resources elsewhere.
The Inquirer survey of 600 likely voters found that 50 percent would vote for Obama if the election were held today, and 39 percent would vote for Romney. The survey was conducted between Sept. 9-12.
Obama had only a 9-point lead in an earlier survey, which was taken between Aug. 21-23. Both surveys had an error margin of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
An Inquirer New Jersey Poll found that Obama was also leading by 14 points in the Garden State. That survey was also taken Sept. 9-12.
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