The Week in Polls: Obama and Romney Remain Neck and Neck
It's Getting Tight Out There
In a sign that the presidential race has returned to pre-national conventions status, President Obama and Mitt Romney are neck and neck in the polls. In a new survey from Gallup, Romney leads Obama among likely voters by 49 to 47 percent. Among registered voters, the president is ahead by 49 to 46 percent.
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