U.S. election 2012, Romney vs Obama: The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking poll for Thursday shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 50% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns the vote from 47%. Two percent (2%) prefers some other candidate, and two percent (2%) are undecided. See daily tracking history.
Gallup poll shows Mitt Romney keeps the momentum going as he leads over President Barack Obama in the latest daily tracking poll for likely voters. Gallup Polls are best known for their accuracy in predicting the outcome of United States presidential elections.
According to a new poll on Thursday morning with only just 12 days to go until election day, Mitt Romney leads President Obama 50% to 47% among likely voters.
The Gallup daily presidential tracking poll for Thursday shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 50% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns the vote from 46%.
Gallup poll showed that 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.
According to Gallup poll 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.
Mitt Romney has opened up a slight lead on President Obama in the 12 most competitive states in the country, according to latest presidential poll from USA Today and Gallup.
The poll shows Romney at 51 percent among a sample of likely voters in the 12 states, while Obama is at 46 percent. The poll shows Romney running even with Obama among women, with the two candidates tied at 48 percent.Mitt Romney has gained a substantial ground among women and he has strengthened his image as the candidate best able to boost the US economy.
A new Associated Press-GFK poll shows Mitt Romney leads President Obama
According to a Associated Press-GFK poll Republican Mitt Romney has erased President Barack Obama’s 16-point advantage among women, poll shows Romney pulling even with Obama among women at 47-47 after lagging by 16 points a month earlier.
Poll showed Romney has gained ground with Americans on a number of important fronts, including their confidence in how he would handle the economy and their impressions of his ability to understand their problems. The women favored 49 percent for Romney and 45 percent for Obama.
The Associated Press-GfK poll was conducted Oct. 19-23 by GfK Roper Public Affairs & Corporate Communications. It involved landline and cellphone interviews with 1,186 adults nationwide, including 839 likely voters. Results for the full sample have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points; for likely voters it is 4.2 points.