Obama Leads by three points in Pennslvania
The race for Pennsylvania’s 21 Electoral College votes remains close, but Barack Obama is back on top.
The latest Fox News/Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state finds Barack Obama attracting 48% of the vote while John McCain earns 45%. A week ago, the two men were tied at 47%. Two weeks ago, Obama was up by two points.
Obama currently is supported by 81% of Democrats and holds a double digit lead among unaffiliated voters. Ninety percent (90%) of Republicans plan to vote for McCain (demographic crosstabs available for Premium Members).
Obama is viewed favorably by 56% of the state’s voters, McCain by 53%.
When it comes to the economy and jobs, Obama is trusted more by 48% of the state’s voters, McCain by 41%.
On national security, McCain has the edge, 48% to 42%.