Poll: 65 Percent Of Massachusetts Voters Don’t Think Romney Is One Of Their Own

The vast majority of Massachusetts voters do not consider the state’s former governor, Mitt Romney, to be one of their own, according to a new poll released Wednesday. 

According to the latest findings from Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling (PPP), 65 percent of Romney’s erstwhile constituents do not consider the presumptive Republican nominee “to be a Bay Stater.”  

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