A new Public Policy Polling survey released Sunday, taken after both parties’ conventions, found Mr. Obama leading Mr. Romney 50% to 45% in Ohio, an improvement on the president’s earlier advantage. Meanwhile, Florida and Virginia remained neck and neck.
Mr. Obama is leading Mr. Romney by small margins in seven of the eight battleground states, all but North Carolina, according to averages of public polls compiled by RealClearPolitics. All are within the margins of error, and most don’t include reactions to the Democratic convention and Friday’s dismal jobs report.
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