Majority in 3 key states doubt Obama
Bob Unruh says the Obama White House held a formal news conference last year to announce "proof positive" of Barack Obama's Hawaii birth, posted his "birth certificate" online and has been busy making fun of anyone who doesn't believe that story ever since.
But 37 percent of Republican primary voters in Ohio, 38 percent of them in Georgia and a startling 45 percent of them in Tennessee simply don't believe it.
Another large percentage, some 1 in 5, have doubts so that they cannot say for sure they believe him.
The results come as the voters will be making their choice tomorrow for their favorite GOP candidate to oppose Obama, the presumptive Democrat nominee for the presidency this fall.
The results were obtained by Public Policy Polling, which asked "Do you think Barack Obama was born in the United States, or not?"
In Georgia, 40 percent said he was, but 38 percent said he was not and another 22 percent were unsure. Ohio residents mirrored that, with 42 percent saying he was born in the U.S., 37 percent saying he was not, and 21 percent uncertain.
For residents of Tennessee, Obama's word has even less impact. There, 33 percent said he was born in the U.S., 45 percent said he wasn't, and 22 percent said they were unsure.
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Remember, this poll asked whether "...Obama was born in the United States, or not?"
The numbers are much higher when the poll questions focus on eligibility, rather than birthplace.