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Poll: Obama moves to sizeable lead

SeattlePI.com
Thursday, 23 February 2012

President Obama, for the first time, tops 50 percent of the vote and has a substantial lead over all four of his Republican challengers, according to a new Associated Press GfK national survey. The libertarian longshot, Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, actually gets the highest percentage of the vote of any GOP hopeful when pitted against the President. The poll found Obama with a 51-43 percent lead over Mitt Romney, up from a 47-46 advantage over the former Massachusetts governor in a poll taken last December.  The President leads Rick Santorum 52-43 percent, and Newt Gingrich by 52-42 percent.  Gingrich will campaign Friday in Olympia, Federal Way and Everett. Obama leads [...]
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Source: Associated Press - on February 23, 2012

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