Gallup Presidential Polls 2012: Americans Gave Obama Better Odds to Win Election

By on Nov 4, 2012 in International, Politics, United States, World Comments
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The latest presidential polls by Gallup revealed that majority of Americans believe that US President Barack Obama will win the 2012 US Presidential elections against Republican nominee Mitt Romney on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. These results is in contrast with other presidential polls that indicate a tight battle on Election Day.

Gallup‘s national adults survey results showed that Obama may be on his way to a second-term at the White House as he enjoys a 54 percent winning odds against Romney‘s 34 percent. The published report indicated that the latest results were the same during the month of May and August.

These presidential poll was conducted from October 27 to 28, days before Gallup suspended its daily tracking poll due to outages in key US states brought about by Hurricane Sandy.

Below is the presidential polls 2012 odds survey showing US President Barack Obama getting an edge over Republican candidate Mitt Romney.


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