Undecideds break for Romney giving him 5 point lead in Virginia

A new Gravis Marketing Poll of likely voters in the key swing state of Virginia released on Tuesday found Mitt Romney with a 5-point (49% to 44%) lead over President Barack Obama. The same poll in August had Obama leading Romney by four points (44% to 40%) in Virginia.

The poll surveyed 2,238 likely voters in Virginia from September 8-9 and discovered while Obama remained at 44%, Romney gained 9 percentage points by winning over voters who had previously been undecided.

Fifty-three percent of those surveyed in Virginia said the country was headed in the wrong direction even tough Virginia’s unemployment rate is under 6%, well below the national 8.1% unemployment rate, which was only lowered last month because 368,000 people gave up looking for work and left the workforce in August.
I expect to see more results like this where the undecided voters break for Romney.  It is a historical pattern that sees them avoid the incumbent.


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