A new Quinnipiac poll shows President Obama holds a thin 46% to 42% lead over Mitt Romney in the presidential race.
Said pollster Peter Brown :”Obama has a big lead among women and is seen as the candidate most in tune with their needs. He is seen as more in touch with average Americans. Republican Romney seems to hold an edge on the economy – the top issue of the campaign – and holds his own against the incumbent on being a strong leader. His opening is that by 56 – 38 percent voters disapprove of the president’s handling of the economy.”