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Good news from PPP:

Barack Obama’s popularity rise has come to North Carolina. For the first time since December of 2009 PPP finds more voters in the state approving than disapproving of him, at a 49/47 spread. […]

Mitt Romney comes the closest to Obama this time, trailing 47-44. Mike Huckabee is next, with a 49-45 deficit. Newt Gingrich is down 50-44 and and Sarah Palin as usual fares the weakest of the GOP hopefuls trailing Obama by nine points at 50-41.

It’s safe to say Republicans have no chance at taking back the White House next year without winning North Carolina. Obviously the election is 21 months away but the President’s resurgence here is a very bad sign for the GOP.

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  1. Lev says:

    Also, I just noticed that TPM’s polltracker has Obama over 50% for the first time in a long time.

  2. Metavirus says:

    north carolina is a fascinating place for presidential politcs

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