The Week in Polls: Number of Eligible Latino Voters Swells in 2012

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Romney's Economic Edge

In terms of handling the economy, however, 50 percent of Americans believe it will improve if Romney is elected, compared to 35 percent who said it will do worse, according to a Gallup poll released Oct. 2. Asked the same question about President Obama, 48 percent predicted it would improve if the president is re-elected while 40 percent said it will be worse

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