The Plum Line points out that while most Florida, Ohio and Wisconsin voters trust President Obama over Mitt Romney on Medicare, those numbers are different when you look at seniors.
* In Florida, 48 percent of seniors say Romney would do a better job on Medicare, vs. 44 percent who say that about Obama (the Ryan pick was supposed to be particularly problematic in this state).
* In Ohio, 49 percent of seniors say Romney would do a better job on Medicare, vs. 43 percent who say that about Obama.
* In Wisconsin, 49 percent say Obama would do a better job on Medicare, vs. 46 percent who say that about Romney. Close.
Those results echo a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, which found that seniors view Romney more favorably than the rest of the public.