PPP poll shows Romney ahead in North Carolina
RALEIGH (WTVD) -- Left-leaning pollster PPP said Tuesday that its latest survey of potential North Carolina voters shows Mitt Romney leading President Barack Obama for the first time since October.
Public Policy Polling said Romney leads 48 percent to 46 - a gain of seven points on Obama since April, when the President led by a 49-44 margin. PPP said Romney's also increased his share of the Democratic vote from 15 percent to 20 percent, suggesting he's convincing some more conservative voters within the party to cross over.
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