Monday, September 10, 2012

Ohio Poll Obama +4


 A Gravis Marketing poll of 1,548 likely Ohio voters was conducted across September 7th and 8th. This follow-up poll targeted presidential candidate preference, Senate candidate preference, perception of Governor Kasich's performance, and opinions about homosexual marriage, among other topics.

With previous polls giving Romney the lead, this week Obama's take has increased to 47% from 43%, highlighting the bump Obama has received from the DNC and his speech. Democratic Senate candidate Sherrod Brown also experienced a bump in support following the Democratic convention.

Full results of the poll are available below.


Cross Tabs
Ohio Poll- Obama Convention Bump +4 




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