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Virginia Presidential and Senate Poll...

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Results from Virginia Likely Voter Survey Methodology Gravis Marketing conducted an automated survey of 645 likely voters in Virginia October 26, 2012. The margin of error for the survey is +/-3.9% and higher for subgroups.   Results shown by gender and party represent those respondents within those subgroups. All numbers shown in the tables represent percentages rounded to the nearest whole percentage. The questions were asked in the order of the question numbers which appear in this report.  Results only include respondents who answered that they were registered voters, somewhat likely, likely, or very likely to vote. The statistical methodology comprised weighing various groups for anticipated voting proportions, by using census data and voter turnout models from previous elections. The poll was conducted on behalf of Gravis Marketing, Inc., Gravis Marketing is a non-partisan marketing and research firm located in Winter Springs, Florida. Contact

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Polls in Key Swing States Show Mixed Results for Candidates Winter Springs, Florida (October 26, 2012) – A survey of likely voters in the key swing states of Nevada, North Carolina, Florida and Iowa reveals that the 2012 race for president between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney is tighter than ever, with a shrinking percentage of likely voters remaining undecided and therefore open to persuasion from either campaign. In Iowa, Barack Obama currently leads Mitt Romney by four percentage points (50-46). In North Carolina, the survey revealed Governor Romney enjoys an eight-point lead among likely voters (53-45). The survey of Nevada and Florida voters showed a near dead heat in both states, with President Obama receiving 50 percent support among likely voters and Romney receiving 49 percent in Nevada and the opposite result in Florida. As the candidates campaign for the all-important undecided voters, there appears to be fewer of them. At four percent, Iowa had the highest percenta