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Presidential daily Polls

Daily count update October 16, 2012

Registered voters

Obama 47%  Romney 47%

Likely voters

Romney 50%   Obama 46%

 (according to Gallup daily count).

 – U.S. President Barack Obama gained ground on Republican rival Mitt Romney for the third straight day, leading 46 percent to 43 percent, according to the Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll released on Tuesday.(Reuters)

This is a news update

October 12, 2012 

Registered voters 

Obama   48%     Romney   46%

Likely voters

Romney  49%      Obama    47%

(Gallup daily polls)

October 11, 2012 6:00pm

By Jean-Wisly Simon

There is no doubt about Gov. Romney has been enjoying some gains (good press) since the last debate. However, the thousand dollars question is wheter he’ll be able to maintain it throught November 6, 2012 or will it disappear after the second presidential debate. Meanwhile, the White House has been under pressure for days in order to stop Romney momentum. Even the president felt the pressure “…I wasn too polite in the first the debate…”, he said.

 This election cycle, only a few states will dictate the destiny of the next President (Gov. Romney or President Obama) among them ‘Florida and Ohio’, Colorado, Virginia, North Carolina…Did I mention Florida? Of course, I did! Remember Gore/Bush in 2000. This year again, Florida with its 29 electoral votes  is the biggest prime and Florida is among the “Tossup states”. Oh, I almost forget to ask you to see all the details below.

Registered Voters

Obama   48%     Romney $46%

“–All registered voters are asked: “Suppose the presidential election were held today, and it included Barack Obama and Joe Biden as the Democratic Party’s candidates and Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan as the Republican Party’s candidates. Who would you vote for [ROTATED: Barack Obama and Joe Biden, the Democrats (or) Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, the Republicans]?” Those who are undecided are further asked if they lean more toward Obama and Biden or Romney and Ryan and their leanings are incorporated into the results….”(Gallup, October 11, 2012)

Likely voters

Romney 48%    Obama   47%

“–These results are for likely voters, who are the respondents Gallup deems most likely to vote based on their responses to a series of questions asking about current voting intentions, thought given to the election, and past voting behavior. Each seven-day rolling average is based on telephone interviews with approximately 2,700 likely voters; margin of error is ±2 percentage points….”(Gallup, October 11, 2012)

CNN—“In Virginia, a poll from NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist indicates Romney at 48% and Obama at 47% among likely voters, basically a dead heat. In the previous NBC/WSJ/Marist survey, released just before last week’s debate, Obama was at 48% and Romney at 46%.”

“…According to a new CBS News/New York Times/Quinnipiac University poll, also released Thursday morning, the president holds a 51%-46% advantage over the former Massachusetts governor in Virginia. But the margin is within the survey’s sampling error….”(Paul S.)

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