UNDATED (WTVB) - Just five days until Election Day. Are you polled out yet? A new poll shows President Obama with a six-point lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Michigan. The "Free Press"-WXYZ-TV poll results report Obama with 48-percent support to Romney's 42-percent. Ten-percent of those polled were undecided or chose a third party candidate. Another new poll shows that Michigan voters are only likely to pass one of the six proposals on the November 6th ballot. According to the results of a WDIV Local 4 and "Detroit News" survey, voters will likely only support Proposal 1. The proposal asks whether the state's emergency manager law should be upheld. Right now, Proposal 1 is supported by 45-percent of voters. According to the survey, Proposals 2-through-6 have less than 40-percent support. Another survey shows U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow maintains a strong lead over Republican rival Pete Hoekstra among likely Michigan voters. The Free Press/WXYT-TV poll shows the Democrat with a commanding 54-percent to Hoekstra's 33-percent support. Stabenow is running for her third term. She had the lead in all 13-polls taken in the state over the past two months. In ten of those polls she has lead by double digits.
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