Early Wisconsin exit polls show Obama beating Romney in November

SHARE Early Wisconsin exit polls show Obama beating Romney in November
SHARE Early Wisconsin exit polls show Obama beating Romney in November

WASHINGTON–The early Wisconsin exit polls shows President Barack Obama beating Mitt Romney in November 51 tp 45 with the results subject to change when the final exit polls come out after the Badger State polls close at 8 p.m. central time. Remember that this finding–in a crucial battleground state–is a snapshot of today–five months before the election.

In 2008, Obama defeated GOP nominee Sen. John McCain (R-Az.) by 14 points in Wisconsin, a play no one is predicting Obama can repeat in 2012.

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