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New information just released.
Indicating just how close the presidential race is in some key states.
Correspondent -- brain breaks it down force.
Mixed news for Mitt Romney out of a key battleground state Ohio.
First an endorsement by governor -- -- -- who cited Romney's proven experience as a job creator.
Romney visited the state today and thanks supporters for an important primary win while stressing how much he'll need the Buckeye State in the fall.
We've got to do the same thing in November so we make sure to take back the White House I've got -- got Ohio.
But brand new Fox News poll numbers show Romney is trailing in Ohio if the election was held today 45% say they would vote for President Obama while 39% would cast their ballots for Romney.
The president's lead is within the poll's margin of rare.
Closer the race is tighter in another crucial state of virtual tie as the president leads Romney by just two points in Florida 45 to 43.
When -- -- they were satisfied with how things are going in the country right now.
Voters in both states gave identical responses.
68% said no 31% said yes.
Boaters in the two states did very when asked whether they're voting for their choice or against the candidate on the other side of the ticket.
785% of Obama voters in Florida and 71%.
In Ohio said they are voting in favor of the president by contrast 52% of -- voters in Florida and 63%.
In Ohio said.
They're voting against the president rather than for Romney.
The numbers come in the midst of a war of words the White House says Ronnie is imagining.
At a Tuesday campaign event at a community college in Ohio President Obama said this somebody gave me an education.
I want born with a silver spoon -- when asked about the comment today Romney responded.
I'm not gonna apologize for my -- success.
But I know the president likes to attack fellow Americans he's always looking for a scapegoat particularly those that have been successful like my dad.
The White House says the Silverstone comment wasn't directed at Romney but I suppose anybody who thinks it was a reference to them -- Might be a little over sensitive.
Well hosting the university of Alabama's national football team today at the White House the president was -- a helmet by the head coach Nick Saban he responded to get by saying.
He's probably gonna need it now a lot through November -- OK Chad thank you.
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