If Barack Obama wants to win Florida and nab its vital 29 electoral votes, he's got some big-time work to do at tomorrow's debate.
The first poll, which comes from Public Policy Polling, finds that Romney now leads Obama in Florida 49 to 48 percent.
"Voters have warmed up to Romney a good bit," thepolling firm writes
. "Meanwhile Obama's approval numbers have gone the other way."
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