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ABC NewsPoll shows swing voters down on Obama economic policyABC NewsOn the eve of a high-stakes speech to defend his handling of the weak economy and attack Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama got another dose of bad news on Wednesday in the form of a new ABC News/Washington Post poll that found independent swing ...Obama not expected to offer new jobs proposals in economic addressFox NewsEconomic plans by both President Obama and Mitt Romney get low marks in pollBoston Globe'Romney-nomics' vs 'First 100 Days'BloombergSalon -Politico -msnbc.comall 3,943 news articles »

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