According to a recent Quinnipiac Poll:
Voters in the key swing state of Pennsylvania have some troubling news for President Obama: A majority say he doesn't deserve another four years in the White House.
According to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday, 52 percent of registered Pennsylvania voters say the president does not deserve a second term while 42 percent support his re-election.
The presidentâs job approval ratings are also underwater in the Keystone State, 43 percent to 54 percent. The majority of independent voters disapprove of the job Obama is doing, 56 percent to 40 percent. By a nine-point margin, 51 percent of this important voting bloc donât think the president deserves re-election.
In a hypothetical head-to-head general election matchup, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney leads Obama by a slim margin of 44 percent to 42 percent. The two candidates split independent voters, each garnering 39 percent support.
Perhaps more worrisome for the president, though, is that he holds only a two-point edge (within the pollâs margin of error) over former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, a long-shot for the GOP nomination but a candidate Obama led by 11 points in the last Quinnipiac poll, conducted in June.
Another swing state...Florida results come tomorrow