President Barack Obama is in deep trouble in the key swing states of Ohio and Pennsylvania, which combined with Florida will determine the outcome of the 2012 election.
A pair of polls released by Quinnipiac University Wednesday show Obama in a statistical tie with Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in Ohio, with Obama holding a slight lead over Perry in Pennsylvania.
Most strikingly, a majority of voters in both states do not believe Obama deserves another term — with majorities also disapproving of the president’s job performance.
In the race for the Republican nomination, Romney leads in both key states — but Perry’s entrance into the race has sapped his support.
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