Bin Laden boost for Obama recedes; Romney rises

President Obama’s rating increase after the death of Osama bin Laden is gone, with record highs now disapproving of the president’s work on the economy and the deficit. Obama still beats five potential GOP presidential competitors, but former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney — the early leader for his party’s nomination — is the Republican with a numerical edge.

SOURCE: The Washington Post-ABC News poll | GRAPHIC: The Washington Post June 6, 2011
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