Obama Campaign Labels Unfavorable CBS News/New York Times Poll "Biased"

May 2012
Moderate Voice;5/15/2012, p4
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The article reports on the criticism of the administration of President Barack Obama concerning unfavorable poll. It notes that political campaign of Obama has criticized the poll of the New York Times Co. and CBS News Inc. which shows that presidential candidate Mitt Romney is leading the poll. It mentions that Obama's support for same-sex marriage is just for political reason.


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