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Romney Up 2 In Latest National Poll

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Recent National Poll Shows Romney With A 2 point Lead Governor Mitt Romney 46% President Barack Obama 44% Results are in from a national automated poll of 805 likely voters conducted Thursday, October 18. The poll was conducted by Gravis Marketing, and it shows Governor Romney with a 46% to 44% lead over President Obama. A significant amount (10%) of these likely voters are still shown as undecided. The poll, on the heels of Tuesday’s presidential debate continues to show a wide gender gap. While the president leads Romney with women voters by 11 percentage points, Romney’s edge with men is 16 percentage points. This latest national Gravis survey poll shows that currently Romney leads among independent voters 42% to 34%, however nearly 1 in 4 (24%) of independents remain undecided.    The poll indicates that Romney has solidified his base, with 95% of Republicans indicating they will vote for him. Only 83% of Democrats have lined up behind the president. That leaves r

National Presidential Poll:Romney 46% Obama 44%

  Results from National Voter Survey Methodology Gravis Marketing conducted an automated survey of 805 likely voters nationwide October 18, 2012. The margin of error for the survey is +/-3.4% and higher for subgroups.   Results shown by gender and party represent those respondents within those subgroups. All numbers shown in the tables represent percentages rounded to the nearest whole percentage. The questions were asked in the order of the question numbers which appear in this report.   Participants who stated they were not registered to vote, very unlikely to vote, unlikely to vote, and somewhat unlikely to vote, were not included in the survey. Key Findings ·          Governor Mitt Romney now leads President Barack Obama by 2 percentage points. ·          There remains a wide gender gap as Governor Romney leads by 16 percentage points with men, but trails President Obama by 11 percentage points with women. ·          While Mitt R