Quinnipiac poll: Obama up in Ohio, tied in Florida, Virginia

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WASHINGTON–A Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS News Swing State poll released Wednesday showed the contest in Florida and Virginia just about a tie and President Barack Obama ahead of Mitt Romney in Ohio. Women voters are helping Romney close a gap.

FLORIDA: Obama 48 percent, Romney 47 percent

OHIO: Obama 50 percent, Romney 45 percent

VIRGINIA: Obama 49 percent, Romney 47 percent.

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