National Poll Shows Obama and Romney In Close Tie
Matt | On 07, May 2012
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.
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What do you think about Mitt Romney’s growing lead in national polling against President Obama?