Republican nominee Mitt Romney jumped back out to a 5-point lead over President Barack Obama in today’s Gallup tracking poll, reversing a day of gains for the president. Romney is up 5 points on Obama, 51-46, among likely voters in Gallup’s tracking. He also moved into a 48-48 tie with the president among registered voters. Those numbers were the same as Saturday’s tracking.
Romney led the president, 50-46, among likely voters in Sunday’s poll. Among registered voters, Obama led 48-47. Both were one-point increases for Obama from the previous day.
Today’s polling reflects results from last Monday through yesterday.
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