Skip to comments.Battleground Tracking poll: Mitt Romney, Barack Obama tied
Posted on 11/04/2012 10:55:16 AM PST by Arthurio
DENVER With just two days to go until Election Day, Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are tied in the race for president. A new POLITICO/George Washington University Battleground Tracking Poll of 1,000 likely voters taken Monday through Thursday of this past week shows the two presidential candidates tied at 48 percent.
Its a fitting end to a presidential contest that has teetered on parity in recent months Obama was ahead by one point in the Battleground poll last week, while Romney edged the president by two points the week before.
The Battleground tracking poll has been performed each week. A final poll is being conducted this weekend and Monday. The results will be published Tuesday morning.
The POLITICO/George Washington University Battleground poll, conducted by the Tarrance Group and Lake Research Partners, surveyed 1,000 registered likely voters from Oct. 29 to Nov. 1 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.
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It is what I too have been expecting.
If it comes to fruition, then all these rumors of Romney’s death will have been greatly exaggerated.
Tommorow’s tracking polls tell the tale. If there is no movement towards Romney, it will be an extremely close race that could go either way.
On the other hand, if Romney picks up a point or two, we will finally have brought an end to the Kenyan’s reign of terror.
Exactly. I want to see their assumptions about the composition of the electorate. It more than likely is weighted towards a big Democrat electorate. People are going to be shocked.
Note, this same group predicts a Romney win by 4-5 points from a couple days ago despite tied polls after weighting for various factors.
Very hard to tell, but appears to be D+3 poll as well, which is good for us if it’s an even election like expected as well as one with higher white turnout.