46 - 46 The electorate is split down the middle according to the most recent Reuters/Ipsos poll of likely voters. That’s up one point for Mitt Romney, who trailed President Obama as recently as Saturday.
51 - 45 Mitt Romney leads President Obama by six points, according to Gallup’s most recent poll of likely voters. Considering tonight’s debate is the last one before Election Day, which itself is just over two weeks away, that seems like a pretty big difference in the numbers. Which one seems most accurate to you?
Half of the country approves of President Obama, according to a new poll released by Reuters and Ipsos with a plus/minus of 3.1 percent. The poll was conducted shortly after the announcement that the U.S. economy gained 227,000 jobs during February, and stands in contrast to several other recent polls which show the President’s popularity sliding. Many experts believe that recent spikes in gasoline prices could explain the discrepancy. (photo via Intel Photos)source