President Obama's polling numbers have improved in key "battleground" states recently.
“We’ve not been talking about which would do a better job of running against Obama. We’ve been talking about who is the most or who is the least conservative,” said Republican pollster Ed Goeas of The Tarrance Group, who helped conduct the bipartisan poll. “That is a problem for Republicans.”
In the meantime, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum appear to be just about even in Michigan.