New Rasmussen poll in Missouri

A just released Rasmussen poll of likely voters in Missouri has Mitt Romney the choice of 49% while Obama garners 42%. The last poll taken in March had Romney collecting 50%, while Obama got 41%. Likely voters are considered a more reliable gauge than registered voters, which is what many polls use.
In addition, 57% of Missouri likely voters say they disapprove of Obama’s job performance. Only 42% say they approve.
Rasmussen also released poll results of likely voters in three other states. Here’s how they look:
Virginia – Romney 47%, Obama 47%
Ohio – Romney 46%, Obama 44%
Colorado – Romney 45%, Obama 45%

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