Washington (CNN) - A new average of the latest national surveys indicates that the race for the White House remains all knotted up.
According to a new CNN Poll of Polls compiled and released Wednesday morning indicates that 46% of registered voters say they'd vote for President Barack Obama if the November election were held today, with 45% saying they'd cast a ballot for presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney. This latest edition of the CNN Poll of Polls is an average of the three national polls conducted in the past week and a half.
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With Obama's one-point margin over Romney well within the sampling error of the surveys, it's fair to say that the presidential race can be considered a dead heat.
The three surveys included in the CNN Poll of Polls average are ABC News/Washington Post (July 5-8), Gallup Daily Tracking Poll (July 2-9) and Quinnipiac University (July 1-8). The CNN Poll of Poll does not have a sampling error.
– CNN Political Editor Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report
If they have braupin they never vote for Bain capital that ships jobs to china, India etc. obama12.
You'd think with all the money that the pro-Romney/anti-Obama groups, Romney would be far ahead of Obama in the polls. I am glad that some people aren't really listening to some of the crap that has come up.
CNN like the exit polls in Wisconsin are wrong; the American population / voters see the Democrats in Congress, president Obama, the Obama administration as a complete FAILURE. The Democrats / liberals didn’t see the 2010 Republican landslide win coming and Democrats / liberals don’t see the 2012 landslide Republican win coming.
The 1984 Reagan v. Mondale election will look close compared to the landslide Republican win over Democrats in 2012.
I think Mittens is really firing up the plutocrats who make up the upper .1% of Americans. They know he is plastic and will bend to their wishes.
Remember when Newt was kicking Mittens butt in the primaries, and Mittens dropped $15 million on negative ads against Newt? 37% of republicans are fired up to support Mittens, but the rest wish they had a real candidate.