Romney Comes Back From Dead in Michigan: Poll Shows Big Gains
In Michigan, not all that long ago, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was considered a dead-man-walking in Michigan. It looked as if he had no chance.
Last month, he was behind in the polls by 10 points.
But a little time and a pathetic showing by President Obama in the debate seems to have helped Romney.
The latest poll by EPIC-MRA of Lansing shows the gap has been narrowed, with 48 percent of the likely voters going for Obama and 45 percent for Romney, according to the Detroit Free Press.
"Romney has come back like gangbusters," said EPIC-MRA President Bernie Porn. "Whether or not it's long-lasting, only time will tell, but probably the remaining debates will be key."