Obama Team Uses Bad Poll Numbers To Raise Money

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USA TODAYObama team uses bad poll numbers to raise moneyUSA TODAYBy David Jackson, USA TODAY President Obama's re-election team is using bad polls to try and raise campaign cash. In a fundraising e-mail sent last out last night, Obama campaign manager Jim Messina writes: "If the general election were held today, ...Among pollsters, no consensus on Obama approval ratingLos Angeles TimesGas prices too high.

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