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Jim thank you.
It isn't just president Obama's team hammering governor Romney over his hidden camera 47%.
-- political correspondent Carl Cameron has that follow up -- a first look at the latest Fox News polls.
-- -- -- -- a little Mitt Romney tried to reassure donors that despite hand wringing among a handful of conservatives.
The race remains a toss up the question this campaign is not who cares about the poor the middle class I do he does.
The question is who can help the poor the middle class I can't he can't he's.
-- -- -- The latest Fox News pulled a battleground states shows the president leading 4942.
Fifty to 43 in Virginia.
And 4944 in Florida among voters who are extremely addressed in the election the race is tighter Obama's up only two points in Virginia.
Florida's tied and -- up by a point at Ohio.
Independents are nearly evenly divided each of those states to.
The survey was taken as word of the surreptitious recording of Romney's remarks at a may Florida fund raiser emerged with -- suggesting that the 47% of Americans who do not pay income taxes will never support -- because they consider themselves victims both support from the government.
Romney immediately backed away from those sentiments while reiterating his charge that Obama policies replace the American dream -- this with a culture of government dependency it does not work by a government saying become dependent on government.
Become dependent upon redistribution.
That it will kill the American ought to put bush if -- lifted our economy over the years -- he's been hammered for the -- marked by a cadre of conservative pundits have long criticized his campaign and Republican senators Dean -- of Nevada and Scott Brown of Massachusetts both said they don't share the views that Romney expressed on that hidden camera video.
South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham criticized Romney for fund raising in red states instead of stumping in swing states quote.
He needs to be talking about the economy and not in Utah he's not gonna get beat because of money he ought to be running in Ohio and Florida like he's running for governor and running in Virginia like he's running for sheriff.
Despite Romney's rough rhetorical patches polls show the vast majority of Republicans expect to support him.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie predicts controversy over Romney's comments about the 47% will subside he wants -- -- individuals.
Through sacrifice and opportunity to be able to make their lives as great as they can be and to make America greater and that's what he's really talking about.
But today he was talking about mr.
Obama's remarks years ago about building a better -- better government structure.
To pool resources and affect redistribution.
Promises that will only worsen a culture of dependency -- Carl Cameron traveling with the governor Miami.
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