President Obama still leads Mitt Romney in states that will decide the election, but his advantage has shrunk since last week's debate, most polls show.
Obama is up in Ohio, Florida, Virginia, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, but by smaller margins than in the past.
But Romney now has one-point leads -- well within the margins of error -- in other polls taken in Virginia and Colorado.
The president still holds a healthy lead in Pennsylvania 50%-42% -- but a poll by the Philadelphia Inquirer also says voters in that state believe Romney topped Obama in their Oct. 3 debate.
Now there are advertisements about Romney who wants to stop the funding for PBS kids.People are not happy with his decision.
Obama has taken the votes of the swing states. they both are making new plans about the income tax that should charge more to the upper class people.
An excellent posting from the Livingston Daily. I will be certain to send them their grade :(
I still think Obama is going to win. He's really big on the Hispanics. He know what they want i think Barack's thecnique is to try and win over them. But in their first debate he wasn't really prepaed because he has precidential duties. He tried to make and excuse to why he wasn't preared and that wasn't cool. Prepared or not prepared it's the Presidency your fighting for. Romney is just looking at where Barack fails so he could swoop in and take the lead i think that's pretty smart of him. And i think also Vice president Joe Biden acted a little silly when Paul Ryan was trying to make his point. Politics ! Lol
I think Obama will win because he has an advantage on students' empathy.
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