CNN Poll Says Florida Swings to Romney; But Small Margin Makes State Winning Uncertain Green Bean Buddy Comments

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A CNN survey revealed that Republican Mitt Romney is ahead of Democrat Barrack Obama in Florida. Nonetheless, online news website commented that the margin is too narrow for Romney to be too confident.

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Online news website said 1% is a small gap to be confident with.

In the last presidential election, Obama captured Florida over Cain. However, this time, the Sunshine State inclines for Romney over Obama according to a cnn survey. But with the determined very little margin, Green Bean Buddy said that nothing is certain.

Based on a report from, they conducted a survey was from October 25-28 asking 1, 101 adults as to who they will likely vote on November 7. And as it related, the poll revealed, Republican candidate Mitt Romney was ahead of Democrat runner Barrack Obama by 1% among the likely voters.

Particularly, as the report report shared, half of the surveyed "likely voters" back-up Romney and only 49% were for Obama. However, it added that if the minor presidential candidates are included, the two major presidential bets tied at 48%. And as Green Bean Buddy said, that makes it difficult to determine who really win in the Sunshine State.

Here's an excerpt from the post CNN Survey Reveals Romney Ahead of Obama in Florida by Green Bean Buddy.

“Eight more days and America will decide who will be the next president. And with the reputation it has made as a very important swing state in the last two presidential elections, eyes are set on the Sunshine state. But as a CNN poll has revealed, this year, it is more Republican than Democrat though only for just a tiny bit.

Released on Monday, the poll showed that more likely voters in Florida are backing up Romney than Obama. 50% of those said likely voters go for the Republican candidate while 49% pick the Democrat's runner.”

Online news website said 1% is a small gap to be confident with. Apart from that, it said that as it is well within the survery's margin-of-error of 3.5%, nothing is really sure for both candidates. And so, it commented that it is understandable that both parties spend a huge amount to win the state.

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