A new poll in Michigan has Mitt Romney leading by 1 point in a state that’s considered leaning toward President Obama. The poll, conducted by Democratic polling firm Baydoun-Foster for Fox 2 News Detroit, has Romney up 47-46 on Obama. The same polling firm pegged the race in Michigan a tie in a survey late October. The poll is the first in Michigan since August to give Romney a lead, however, while Obama holds a 3.8 percent lead in the Real Clear Politics polling average. Baydoun-Foster’s Michigan polling has leaned more toward Romney than other Michigan surveys by several points throughout the final months of the campaign, a review of RCP’s Michigan polling shows.
Sunday, November 04, 2012
Romney up 1 in Michigan. The poll was done by a Democrat polling firm.