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Prune Juice Media | January 23, 2018

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National Poll Shows Obama and Romney In Close Tie

| On 07, May 2012

(Photos (l-r) by Allan Tannenbaum / Getty Images and Alex Wong / Getty Images)

Ever since Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich dropped like flies from the GOP campaign, Mitt Romney has racked up a list of big endorsements.

All this new Romney surge has made the Republicans claim they will vote for him, despite the fact they never really supported him.

The latest polling from Politico/George Washington University shows that Mitt Romney has a one-point lead over President Obama nationally. The figure is within the poll’s 3.1 percent margin of error.

Romney leads 48-47 percent over President Obama among likely voters. The margin is even bigger for Independents who support Romney 48-38 percent.

This is proof that this election is NOT in the bag for President Obama. It’s going to be a hard, long fight to the finish. This is one poll and several organizations will be pulse-checking the American people between now and November 6.

For the survey results, 1,000 likely voters were polled from April 29-May 3.



What do you think about Mitt Romney’s growing lead in national polling against President Obama?

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