SCSU Survey: Obama Leads Romney in Minnesota
ST. CLOUD - St. Cloud State University has released the results for their statewide survey on the Presidential race in Minnesota.
SCSU says, among likely voters in Minnesota, President Barack Obama has a comfortable lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney. Fifty-three percent of likely voters say they plan to vote for Obama, while 45 percent say they're voting for Romney. Two percent plan to vote for someone else.
Obama has the advantage in most of the demographic areas with the exception of the 45-64 year olds. By gender, Obama does slightly better among men, and very well with women.
Governor Romney does better with Minnesotans who have at least some college education.