President Barack Obama’s presidential campaign slammed Gallup Monday over the results of a new Gallup/USA Today poll that shows Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney leading by five points among likely voters in swing states.
In a memo released by the Obama campaign, pollster Joel Benenson calls the Gallup/USA Today survey an “extreme outlier” that reveals “underscores deep flaws in Gallup’s likely voter screen.”
Read the full memo below:
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