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Topic - Doug Usher
It is news that should secretly please Mitt Romney, a man who insists he won't ever run again for president, and so there. Some voters, however, have not forgotten him, and Mitt nostalgia lingers.
Americans are divided on the Obama administration's decision to require private employers to provide free birth control with health-insurance plans, and a majority wants the "Obamacare" law to be repealed, according to a poll released Thursday.
Mr. Obama showed "marginal improvements" in the survey against both former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich in the past month, said pollster Doug Usher.
"The story is mixed across the four most important states," said Doug Usher, director of the polling firm's research arm. "He gained in Ohio and Virginia, but lost ground in Colorado and Florida."