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The IBD/TIPP daily tracking poll — which takes a six-day rolling average — finds that President Barack Obama’s advantage has dipped to only 2 points over Republican Mitt Romney. The poll gives Obama a 46.7 per cent to 44.7 per cent over Romney, a point down from yesterday’s 3-point advantage. Obama dropped 0.6 points from yesterday, while Romney gained around half a point in the polls.
Yesterday, Obama sat at 47.3 per cent, up 0.8 per cent from the day before, while Mitt Romney was at 44.3 per cent, giving the president a full 3-point advantage.
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