Gallup, one of the only major national polls still showing Obama with a lead in the presidential race, now shows Romney leads Obama by 2 points among likely voters.
The survey was made from Oct. 2-8, largely post presidential debate, which was Oct. 3, according to an ABC report.
Among registered voters, those not as likely to vote, Obama still has a small lead, 49% to 46%.
Romney continues to ascend after a historically well received debate performance against a seemingly unprepared President Obama. Meanwhile, poll after poll indicates Mr. Obama is no longer the frontrunner, but actually trails. Obama, at best, is even with the Republican according to some polls.
Romney has also turned the race upside down in two key battleground states where Obama has held a lead in September.
According to new American Research Group (ARG) surveys, Romney leads Obama by a point in Ohio, well within the poll's four-point margin of error. Last month, the survey showed Obama leading Romney 48 percent to 47 percent.
In Colorado, Romney is up by four or 50 to Obama’s 46 percent, barely within the 4-point margin of error. Last month, the ARG poll showed Mr. Obama leading in Colorado, 49 percent to 47 percent.