PPP: Obama's 6-Point Lead in Wisconsin Disappears if Romney Picks Ryan as VP
11:28 AM, Jul 11, 2012 • By JOHN MCCORMACK
The latest poll by the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling shows Barack Obama leading Mitt Romney 50 percent to 44 percent among voters in Wisconsin. But PPP finds that if Romney were to pick Congressman Paul Ryan as a vice presidential runningmate, Obama's lead over Romney would drop to just one point:
PPP's polls of June 5 gubernatorial race underestimated support for Republican governor Scott Walker. PPP's final poll showed Walker ahead by three points, but he won by seven points, so it's certainly possible that PPP's polls are still skewing Democratic.
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