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POLL: Pennsylvania: A high 15% undecided

If the November 2012 general election for president were being held today and the candidates were [rotate] Mitt Romney, the Republican, and Barack Obama, the Democrat, would you vote for [rotate] Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, some other candidate, or aren’t you sure how you would vote?

Obama 44% Romney 38% Don't know 15% Other 3%
Source: Franklin and Marshall College Poll
Date conducted: 8/7/2012 - 8/12/2012
Sample: 681 registered voters in Pennsylvania
Margin of error: +/- 3.8% pts

According to This Poll

According to a Franklin and Marshall College poll, 44% of Pennsylvania registered voters back President Barack Obama, with 38% backing the Republican challenger, and a high 15% undecided.

Notes
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