Poll: Obama Up by 6 in Michigan

    President Barack Obama enters the White House Briefing Room in Washington,  Monday, Oct. 29, 2012, to brief reporters  after returning to the White House from a campaign stop in Florida to monitor Hurricane Sandy.  (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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    Mitt Romney is not having a good week in the Midwest. A new poll released on Wednesday showed that President Obama is leading Michigan by six points—with over half of voters saying the auto bailout was a “deciding factor.” Obama leads the state 48 percent to 42 percent, according to a Detroit News/WXYZ poll, with a four-point margin of error. Also, a recent ad campaign by Romney asserting that Obama wanted to ship Chrysler jobs overseas was debunked by Chrysler. A Marquette University poll released Wednesday showed that Obama was leading the battleground state of Wisconsin—Paul Ryan’s home state—by eight points.

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