CLEVELAND - A new poll shows Mitt Romney leading in battleground states.
The CNN/ORC International poll shows President Barack Obama with an edge over Romney nationally, 49 to 46 percent. But the numbers are different in 15 battleground states like Ohio.
According to CNN, altogether, the poll interviewed about 1,500 adults around the country.
It also polled 534 people who live in battleground states like Ohio and Pennsylvania. In that specific group polled, Romney had a 51-43 percent advantage over the president.
CNN said the polling is not broken down state by state so we don't know which states Romney is winning or by how much. And we don’t know what the numbers say specifically here in Ohio.
But both campaigns are not taking Ohio for granted. Mitt Romney sent his campaign bus to southeast Ohio on Monday to take supplies to those impacted by storms. The president is coming to Parma on Thursday as part of his bus tour.
A Quinnipiac poll released last week had the president winning Ohio by nine points. He was ahead in several other battleground states as well.
The latest poll was taken after The U.S. Supreme Court made a ruling on health care. But according to the poll, more than half of those questioned say that will not impact their vote for president.
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