A trio of recently released polls shows some more good news for President Obama. Voters in the swing states of Florida, Ohio, and Virginia dislike the changes the Republican ticket would make to Medicare by a wide margin, according to a new poll by The Washington Post. In Florida 65 percent of respondents would prefer to keep Medicare as it is, while voters in Ohio trust Obama more than Mitt Romney on the issue by a 19-point margin. Virginia voters give Obama a 13-point edge. Meanwhile, a new Reuters poll shows Obama leading with a 7-point advantage over Romney nationally. The president is also ahead of Romney 52 percent to 28 percent among Arab-American voters, though his support within the group has slipped from 2008 levels.