Election 2012

Virginia Poll Shows a Tight Race

Obama polling at forty-six percent, Romney at forty-four percent

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(CNN) – On the day that President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney both campaigned in Virginia, a new poll indicates a very close contest between the two candidates for the state's 13 electoral votes.

According to Suffolk University/WWBT-Richmond survey released Thursday, Obama holds a 46%-44% edge over Romney among likely voters in Virginia, with seven percent undecided. The president's two point margin is within the poll's sampling error.

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  1. The fact that the race is even close makes me want to crawl under a rock and puke. Not that I’m happy-happy-joy-joy over Romney but, I shudder at thethought of another 4 years of the Grinning Suit. The fact that over half the country is stupid and gullible enough to even consider re-electing Obama is not a good sign for the U.S. and its’ freedom loving citizens with common sense. I ready to give up completely or hope for a revolution.

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