Mitt Romney Polling Horribly Among Florida Women and Minorities
The latest Time/CNN poll finds Barack Obama 50 percent to Romney's 46 percent.
Among woman Obama leads 54 percent to just 42 percent. Among non-white voters, Obama has a 70 percent to 29 percent in Florida.
That number follows a national poll that shows Obama has a 65-26 percent lead among Hispanic voters.
Romney meanwhile has a lead among elderly voters, with 51 percent of 65+ voters going for him to 45 percent to Obama.
Overall, the Real Clear Politics average shows Obama with a 1 point lead. Of interest though is the fact that only two polls have shown Romney with an advantage: Rasumussen Reports (which generally is kinder to Republicans) and the relatively new polling firm Purple Strategies. No other major pollster has found Romney with a lead in Florida since May.
The New York Times' 538 meanwhile gives Romney the slight advantage with a 51 percent chance of winning to Obama's 49 percent.
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