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2012: Beware of the polls of April

“President Obama leads Mitt Romney in Ohio 49% to 44%, and holds a slight lead in Virginia, 48% to 46%. The candidates are tied in Colorado, 47% to 47%, while Romney has the edge in Florida, 47% to 45%,” Political Wire writes of the latest Purple Poll, named for the & …
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