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New poll shows Obama with small lead in NC

A new poll by a Democratic leaning group shows President Barack Obama up 47-43 over Republican Mitt Romney in North Carolina.

The survey was conducted by Grove Insight Oct. 23-24. It was commissioned by Project New America, a Colorado based group.

It is the third poll released this week that shows North Carolina is still up for grabs. A survey commissioned by the Civitas Institute found Romney leading Obama by 48-47 percent margin. A poll by Public Policy Polling, a Democratic leaning firm found the race in the state tied at 48.

The Grove Insight survey found that Obama's growing lead can be attributed to a shift to him by women voters.

The poll surveyed 500 likely voters using live interviewers and had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percent.


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How many times....

How many times have you voted so far Rob?  Think you can stuff in enough to swing it for BHO?

When Robbie uses the term "Democrat-leaning" you can bet the group is HARD CORE, washed-in-the-blood, bone-deep, over-the-top liberal.... like The N&O and Robbie.

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