Sunday swing-state polls: Good news for Obama

The final numbers from Iowa, Ohio, Wisconsin and Minnesota look good for the president. But is Pennsylvania tied?


David Daley
November 4, 2012 7:40PM (UTC)

Here are Sunday morning's breaking new poll numbers:

The final national NBC/Wall Street Journal poll: Obama 48, Romney 47.

Des Moines Register's final Iowa poll: Obama 47, Romney 42.

Columbus Dispatch's final Ohio poll: Obama 50, Romney 48.

PPP's final Minnesota poll: Obama 53, Romney 45.

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Tribune-Review/Susquehanna final Pennsylvania poll: Obama 47, Romney 47.

PPP's final Pennsylvania poll: Obama 52, Romney 46.

PPP's final Wisconsin poll: Obama 51, Romney 48.


David Daley

David Daley, a former editor of Salon, is the author of the national bestseller "Ratf**ked: Why Your Vote Doesn't Count" and the forthcoming “Unrigged: How Americans Fought Back, Slayed the Gerrymander and Reinvented Democracy.” He is a senior fellow at FairVote.

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