Less than two weeks before the election, two new polls show Barack Obama with a double-digit lead over John McCain in Wisconsin.
A Wisconsin Public Radio poll done by the St. Norbert College Survey Center shows Obama up by 13 points.
A WISC-TV poll done by Research 2000 shows Obama with an 11-point lead.
They are the fifth and sixth polls this month to show Obama with a double-digit advantage.
In the wake of the solid Obama lead, the Republican National Committee has pulled money from TV ads for McCain in the state, and the McCain campaign is cutting its ads.
Obama hasn't been in Wisconsin since Oct. 1 and McCain's last appearance was Oct. 10.
Both polls show a majority of respondents thinking Obama is better able to handle the economy than McCain.
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