Obama, 47 Romney 46, two weeks out from election

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October 23, 2012

President Barack Obama pulled slightly ahead of Republican Mitt Romney in a Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll on Tuesday, but the race remained essentially tied with two weeks to go until the November 6 election.

Obama led Romney among likely voters by a statistically insignificant margin of 1 percentage point, 47 percent to 46 percent. The four-day online tracking poll includes some responses taken after the two candidates final televised debate, but the full impact will not register for several days.

via : Reuters/Ipsos poll | Reuters.

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Comments:
  1. Maria says:

    How is this possible?

    • Amash says:

      This in not true. No other poll is anywhere near this. Romney is killing Eyecandy in very other poll. This one is known to skew numbers in favor of the pretender in chief. Check out any other website.

  2. captain joe says:

    Looks like Sandy is going to suppress much of the voting in East Coast areas (Donk areas) so that Repubs have a chance to get some advantages.