Latest Survey Shows Obama Leads In Key US States
28. March 2012
Some few months before the November presidential election, United States president Barrack Obama is one happy and proud dude.
According to a latest political survey, Obama has a big chance of getting reelected as president of America this year. This developed after the survey showed Obama leading his Republican rivals in key states in the US.
Based on a survey conducted by Quinnipiac University Poll, Obama leads over Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in Florida and Ohio. In Florida, Obama leads Romney 49-42 percent of votes, Obama also leads Santorum on the said state 50-37 percent.
The same scenario also happens in Ohio where Obama also leads Romney 47-41, the president also lead Santorum on the same area 48-41. Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute said the strong survey result could be attributed on the strong trust of the American people to the president due to the improving economy of their country.
On the same survey it was also learned that most of those people who picked Obama were women. The survey was conducted from March 20-26w with a margin of error of 2.8 percent.