President Obama holds a seven-point lead over Mitt Romney in Pennsylvania according to a poll from Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling released Monday. Obama remains over 50 percent, leading 51 percent to Romney's 44 percent. This is down from a 12-point lead in September.
The poll also shows incumbent Democratic Sen. Bob Casey with a comfortable 11-point lead over challenger Tom Smith.
"Obama is competitive with white voters, trailing Romney only 49/46. Add in Obama's 86/7 lead with African Americans and it gives him his overall advantage. He also leads with both women (53/42) and men (48/46). Finally he has a 51/41 advantage with independents."
The TPM PollTracker Average shows Obama leading by seven points.