Fresh polls give Obama the advantage in four crucial battlegrounds
September 25th, 2012
11:27 AM ET
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Fresh polls give Obama the advantage in four crucial battlegrounds

(CNN) – New polls released in four swing states on Tuesday all indicate President Barack Obama edging out Republican nominee Mitt Romney by four to eight points, including by eight-points in Ohio, where Romney is making several campaign stops Tuesday and Wednesday. In each survey, Obama's advantage is within the poll's sampling error, but each survey indicates the president grabbing at least 50 percent of the likely voters interviewed.
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Polls give Obama the edge in Pennsylvania
September 24th, 2012
02:45 PM ET
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Polls give Obama the edge in Pennsylvania

(CNN) – A new CNN Poll of Polls of likely voters in Pennsylvania indicates President Barack Obama with a 49%-40% lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

The poll is an average of the three most recent non-partisan live operator surveys in the Keystone state. All three polls were conducted in the past two weeks, entirely after the end of the Republican and Democratic conventions.
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CNN Poll of Polls: Race for president remains close
August 22nd, 2012
03:16 PM ET
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CNN Poll of Polls: Race for president remains close

Washington (CNN) - With just five days to go until the start of the Republican convention in Tampa, the race for the White House remains knotted up between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

According to a CNN Poll of Polls compiled and released Wednesday, 47% of registered voters nationwide support the president, with 44% backing Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and presumptive GOP nominee.
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Poll: Ahead of GOP convention, presidential race in dead heat
August 21st, 2012
08:06 PM ET
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Poll: Ahead of GOP convention, presidential race in dead heat

(CNN) - The latest developments in the presidential campaign - such as Mitt Romney's selection of a running mate - has little moved the presidential race, a new poll released Tuesday.

This NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey - conducted entirely after Romney's announcement that House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan would join his ticket - shows President Barack Obama at 48% and his Republican challenger at 44%. That margin is within the poll's sampling error of plus or minus three points.
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Obama-Romney race dead heat in new CNN Poll of Polls
July 11th, 2012
06:00 AM ET
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Obama-Romney race dead heat in new CNN Poll of Polls

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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Poll of Polls: Obama ahead of Romney, but slightly
July 5th, 2012
02:43 PM ET
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Poll of Polls: Obama ahead of Romney, but slightly

(CNN) - President Barack Obama has a slight 3-point advantage over presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney in Thursday's CNN Poll of Polls, a sample of three recent national surveys of the presidential race.

It shows Obama at 48% and Romney at 45%.
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CNN Poll of Polls: All tied up between Obama and Romney
May 23rd, 2012
07:15 AM ET
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CNN Poll of Polls: All tied up between Obama and Romney

Washington (CNN) – It's basically all knotted up between President Barack Obama and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, according to an
average of three national surveys released over the past 24 hours.

A CNN Poll of Polls compiled and released Wednesday morning indicates that, on average, 47% of registered voters in the three surveys say they back Obama, with 45% supporting Romney, the former Massachusetts governor who is making his second bid for the White House. With Obama's two-point margin over Romney less than the sampling error of the surveys, it's fair to say that the race can be considered a dead heat.
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CNN Poll of Polls: All tied up between Obama and Romney
April 19th, 2012
08:33 PM ET
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CNN Poll of Polls: All tied up between Obama and Romney

Washington (CNN) - It's basically all knotted up between President Barack Obama and all-but-certain Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, according to an average of the six national surveys conducted entirely after former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania suspended his campaign on April 10.

An updated CNN Poll of Polls compiled and released Thursday indicates that, on average, 47% of registered voters in the six surveys say they back Obama, with 44% supporting Romney, the former Massachusetts governor who is making his second bid for the White House. With Obama's three-point margin over Romney less than the sampling error of the surveys, it's fair to say that the race can be considered a dead heat.
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CNN Poll of Polls: All knotted up between Obama and Romney
April 18th, 2012
10:39 AM ET
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CNN Poll of Polls: All knotted up between Obama and Romney

Washington (CNN) – With six and a half months to go until November's presidential election, it's basically all tied up between President Barack Obama and all-but-certain Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, according to an average of the four national surveys conducted entirely after former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania suspended his campaign on April 10.

A CNN Poll of Polls compiled and released Wednesday indicates that, on average, 47% of registered voters in the four polls say they back Obama, with 45% supporting Romney, the former Massachusetts governor who is making his second bid for the White House. With each poll having a sampling error greater than Obama's two-point margin over Romney, it's fair to say that the race can be considered a dead heat.
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CNN Poll of Polls: President's approval rating remains in the mid-forties
November 7th, 2011
10:20 AM ET
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CNN Poll of Polls: President's approval rating remains in the mid-forties

Washington (CNN) – Sunday began the one-year countdown to the 2012 presidential election when President Obama and a yet-to-be-determined GOP candidate will face off for the White House. A CNN Poll of Polls released Monday reveals the president's approval rating is still under 50%.

According to the CNN Poll of Polls, which is an average of the most recent national surveys, 45 percent of Americans approve of how the president is handling his job and 51% disapprove.
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