Rasmussen Presidential Polls 2012: Mitt Romney now leads over President Obama by 4%, tied at WisconsinBy Angel Cuala on Oct 28, 2012 in International, Politics, United States •
Updated: October 29, 2012 11:00 p.m.
The Rasmussen Reports daily presidential polls for Saturday, October 27, 2012 revealed that Mitt Romney now leads over President Barack Obama by 4%, among likely voters; a day after Romney enjoyed a three-percentage points edge. On Friday, October 26, Romney had 50% and President Obama only had 47%.
According to the Rasmussen Reports this Saturday, Mitt Romney had attracted 50% of voters across the US, while President Obama only had 46%. Two percent choose other candidates, and another two percent are undecided. This is the fifth consecutive day that Romney has been at the 50% level of support, and has enjoyed a three- or four-point edge on each of those days, with results being updated daily at 9:30 a.m. ET.
As noted in the report, this is the fifth consecutive day that Romney has been at the 50% level of support, enjoying a three- or four-point edge against Obama on each of those days. After the first debate, Obama had 49% and Romney had 47%, but the votes went the other way around after the second and third debates.
Meanwhile, Rasmussen Reports revealed that Obama and Romney were tied at 49% each in Wisconsin last Friday, a result confirmed by the fact that both presidential candidates and their running mates Joe Biden and Paul Ryan have visited the Badger State, a nickname for Wisconsin, where Obama won by 14 points in 2008.
Ninety-six percent (96%) of Wisconsin voters told Rasmussen they are sure to vote in this election, with Romney having 51% to 47% among them. Romney had 51% while Obama earned 48% from among the 90% who said they are now sure whom they will vote for this coming November 6 presidential election.
On the other hand, the Rasmussen Reports Electoral College projections currently show that President Obama has 237 Electoral Votes and Romney with 206, noting that winning number for presidency is 270. Electoral College is an institution that officially elects the President and Vice President of the United States.
Rasmussen Reports Electoral College map
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