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Too good to be true?

A ray of hope in our State?

An exclusive Tampa Bay Times/Bay News 9 statewide poll shows many Hispanic voters dropping their support for Obama.

Last month, 52 percent of Hispanic voters polled said they would vote for the president. That has now dropped to 44 percent.

Romney picked up some ground among Hispanics, from 43 percent to 46 percent. And the number of undecided Hispanic voters has doubled from 5 to 10 percent.

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That 3.5 point margin of error makes this a virtual tie, but, when you consider that Obama received 57% of the Hispanic vote in Florida in 2008, this is a significant drop in support.

The State will go to Romney.

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