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Old November 4th, 2012 (11:54 PM).
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Quote originally posted by Went:
The Alburquerque Journal, Public Opinion Strategies, Research & Polling, Fairbank Maslin and WeAskAmerica polls in NM specifically include Gary Johnson. All of them give Obama something close to a +10 point lead.
Public Policy Polling found him at 13%. They also found that most of his support comes from would-be Obama voters. The poll is dated, but he still has a reasonable shot at a double-digit finish in New Mexico if he's getting 8% with a +/- 4% margin of error.
Quote originally posted by Public Policy Polling:
He gets 24% of the independent vote, and a lot of his support is coming from more Democratic leaning independents.
http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2012/07/obama-lead-in-new-mexico-declining.html

Recently, CNN has Johnson polling at 5% in Ohio, and at 4% in Colorado. They also found that Johnson is taking away Democratic-leaning independents instead of Republican-leaning ones. If this is true, then Colorado looks realistic for Romney if Obama is only up by 1% when Johnson is not included.
http://newmexico.watchdog.org/16467/cnn-poll-has-gary-johnson-at-5-in-ohio-4-in-colorado-hurts-obama-more-in-co/
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