Presidential Election Polls: Rasmussen Now Has Ohio Dead Even Obama 45%, Romney 45% … Paul Ryan has 51% Favorable Rating in Buckeye State
Romney-Ryan on the rise in Ohio …
The latest Rasmussen poll has the Presidential election all tied up in the Buckeye state of Ohio. Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are now tied at 45% each in the first Rasmussen poll since Romney named Paul Ryan his VP candidate. In the previous poll conducted on July 17, 2012 Obama lead Romney 47% to 45%. Also, it would seem that the pick of Ryan as the GOP candidate for VP suits Ohioans well. In another Rasmussen poll, Paul Ryan has a 51% favorability rating while only 39% have an unfavorable view.
Rasmussen Reports’ latest look at the presidential race in Ohio shows President Obama and Mitt Romney running dead even at 45% each.
A new telephone survey of Likely Ohio Voters finds that six percent (6%) prefer some other candidate and four percent (4%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
Ryan appears to be a solid pick for VP in Ohio, a must win state for Mitt Romney if be plans on winning the presidency.