Gallup Presidential Polls 2012: Latest Results Shows Obama With 7% Lead in 10-pt Question

By on Nov 1, 2012 in International, Politics, United States, World Comments

The latest Presidential polls conducted by Gallup, from October 27-28, 2012 showed that Americans has favorable views both on US President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Gallup published its latest results on Thursday, November 1, 2012.

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney
US President Barack Obama(L) and Republican candidate Mitt Romney (R)
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Using Gallup’s historical 10-point scalometer question, US President Obama received a 62 percent positive ratings from national adults who answered the survey. Romney reportedly had a 55 percent positive rating.

However, for registered voters, the gap between the two US Presidential candidates were smaller with 60 percent reportedly rated for Obama and Romney getting 56 percent.

Gallup Poll 2012
Gallup Daily Tracking Poll 2012 result
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The Gallup report said that Obama‘s net favorable rating of +24 was better than the +19 percent of former US President George W. Bush in 2004.

US President Obama is seeking a second term against Republican nominee, Romney. Other presidential polls from other firms showed a tight race to the White House.

Election Day for the 2012 US Presidential elections is set on Tuesday, November 6.



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