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article imageTwo major polls show Romney has closed gap

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By Larry Clifton
Sep 19, 2012 in Politics
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Washington - Despite the mainstream media airing far more anti-Romney commentaries and delivering few criticisms of Mr. Obama, Romney has caught Obama in two new polls.
A new Gallup Poll fresh out shows President Obama's convention bounce has flattened out and the 2012 presidential race is virtually a tie at 47% voting for Mr. Obama and 46% for Mr. Romney among likely voters, this despite a relentless media thrashing of the Republican candidate.
The Gallup poll of 1,096 registered voters reflects the 12 key swing states and represents a virtual tie in the 2012 elections. The poll, conducted over a seven-day rolling period, also shows Romney closing the gap among registered voters - 48% Obama to 46% Romney. The Gallup poll has a 4-point margin for error, meaning the presidential race is a statistical tie.
However, another major national poll released Monday shows Romney pulling away from Obama with a five-point lead. A Rasmussen daily tracking poll has Romney at 49% and Obama trailing at 46%.
“As with any such change in the race, it remains to be seen whether it marks a lasting shift or is merely statistical noise,” Rasmussen wrote.
Romney’s campaign recently focused on Obama’s "you didn't build that" remark, playing back the president’s comments to small business owners across the country.
Meanwhile, media outlets have come to Obama’s defense repeatedly airing comments Romney made suggesting that too many Americans will vote for Obama to gain entitlements.
In truth, the Obama administration has signed off on about $5.5 trillion in deficit spending and the U.S. total deficit has risen to $16 trillion during his first term while unemployment has remained above eight percent for most of his term.
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