Three key states choose President Obama on Medicare [WaPo-Kaiser, 9/27]: In Florida, Virginia and Ohio the majority of all voters say they prefer Obama to Mitt Romney on dealing with Medicare. "Underlying support for not changing Medicare is the widespread belief that the system is working well for today’s seniors."
Romney behind by 7 points in Iowa [PPP, 9/27]: Obama leads Romney in Iowa, 51 to 44 percent.
Majority of Pennsylvanians support voter I.D. law [Franklin&Marshall, 9/26]: Fifty-nine percent of Pennsylvanians at least somewhat favor a voter I.D. requirement at the polls. Thirty-nine percent are at least somewhat opposed.
Young adults trend away from TV for news [Pew, 9/27]: "Among adults younger than age 30, as many saw news on a social networking site the previous day (33%) as saw any television news (34%), with just 13% having read a newspaper either in print or digital form."
The horse race [RCP average, 9/27]: An average of national polls shows Obama leading Romney 48.9 to 44.9 percent.