When factoring in likely voters leaning toward a candidate, Obama is up 49 percent to Romney's 42 percent. Ten days ago, the spread in the same poll was nine points.
Obama maintains 47 percent job approval from Pennsylvania voters. And his likability, as has been consistent in most public polls, far exceeds Romney's with 49 percent having a favorable view of the president compared to 39 percent who do of Romney.
Perhaps more fascinating is how much Republican
Now Smith trails Casey by just 8 points, 44 percent to 36 percent.