Poll: Obama Moves into Slight Lead — 48% to 46%


Zogby confirms the Obama surge that appeared earlier today in Rasmussen surveys.

November 02, 2012

NewsmaxZogby U.S. Nationwide Tracking Poll
Obama Moves into Slight Lead — 48% to 46%

The new three-day rolling average of 1,016 U.S. likely voters, conducted online from Tuesday (October 29) through Thursday (November 01), has a margin of sampling error of +/-3.1 percentage points.

Full News Release available at – http://www.jzanalytics.com

Pollster John Zogby: “Obama was down three points just three days ago and we have seen a five point shift since then. All of this has taken place since the storm. He has been off the campaign trail winning praise for leadership from both parties, while Romney is just now getting back to attack mode. As I have noted this race has been notable for its lack of any sustained momentum by either candidate. The race for independents is close and Romney has only a three point advantage. Obama has slightly raised his re-elect to 44%, but that is still weak. All bets are still off — except for maybe one.”

The NewsmaxZogby Poll of U.S. Likely Voters sampled 36.8% Democrats, 34.7% Republicans and 28.5% independents; 74.3% white, 10% Hispanic, and 12% African American; and 18% age 18-29, 39% age 30-49, 25% age 50-64, and 18% age 65+.

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