"We are not out of Pennsylvania, no intention of going out," Bob Asher, national
Pennsylvania is one place where almost all of the voting actually occurs on Election Day, whereas other competitive states allow people to cast ballots weeks in advance.
As we've reported on this blog no less than a zillion times, Pennsylvania has shed its battleground sheen this cycle. However, things may spice up in the final weeks.
New York-based Siena College released a post-debate poll of Pennsylvania likely voters Tuesday morning that showed the race much tighter than any other independent, university-based survey. It has
The undecided number is higher than its been in most polls and may be an indication of Obama-leaning voters now on the fence after Romney's strong debate performance last week.
"I think we hit at a particularly interesting moment," Don Levy, Siena's pollster said. "What has occurred is not so much that Romney has new voters but you had some erosion of Obama support to undecided."