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Monday, September 17, 2012

 11:17 AM 

PPP polls finds Obama edging Romney, Baldwin up on Thompson

President Barack Obama just edges Mitt Romney, while Tammy Baldwin is up on Tommy Thompson in a new poll the Dem firm Public Policy Polling did for Democracy for America.

Forty-nine percent of those surveyed backed Obama, while 48 percent supported Romney.

In the U.S. Senate race, Baldwin was backed by 48 percent of respondents, while 45 percent supported Thompson.

The poll found 53 percent of respondents had a negative impression of Thompson, while 40 percent had a favorable view of him. It found Baldwin's favorable-unfavorable split was 44-45.

The survey also found 90 percent of respondents were committed to their choice in the Senate race.

The automated phone survey of 959 likely voters was conducted Wednesday and Thursday and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.16 percentage points.

PPP tweeted this morning it will have another poll this week on Wisconsin of its own in addition to the one conducted last week for DFA.

-- By JR Ross


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