The first post-debate polls are just starting to get released, and in both Ohio, Florida, and Virginia (if you believed the wildly skewed media polls showing insurmountable leads for Obama), Mitt Romney has bounced back in ways the corrupt media said was impossible.

According to Rasmussen, in Ohio, the race is statistically tied among likely voters, with Obama ahead by only a single point: 50-49%. In a tighter screen meant to gauge enthusiasm and “certainty” of voting, it’s Romney who takes the lead, 52-48%.

Rasmussen’s numbers are backed up by pollster We Ask America, which shows Romney leading 47-46%.

The deep dive numbers are even more impressive. Ohio voters trust Romney more on the economy by a margin of 49-45%, and he bests Obama on national security, 48-47%.

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