Rasmussen Presidential Polls 2012: President Obama and Mitt Romney in close fight, tied in Wisconsin

By on Nov 2, 2012 in International, Politics, United States Comments

Updated: November 3, 2012 12:10 a.m.

Read Rasmussen Presidential Polls 2012: President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney now tied at 48%, as Election Day goes nearer

Rasmussen Reports released its latest presidential polls for Thursday, November 1, 2012 and showed that Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are in close fight, with Romney maintaining a 2% lead over Obama, which has been the same in the past three days, with the US election coming in less than a week.

According to a post at RasmussenReports.com this Thursday morning, Mitt Romney has attracted 49% of likely voters across the US, while President Obama had 47%. One percent (1%) prefers some other candidate, while three percent (3%) remain undecided. Romney was leading by 3 percent last Sunday.

For likely voters in Wisconsin, Obama and Romney have 49% each and two percent (2%) remain undecided this Thursday, with the data remain unchanged since last week. Twenty-five percent (25%) of likely Wisconsin voters have already voted, and the president is now leading, 56% to 41% among these voters.

On the other hand, fourteen percent (14%) of Wisconsin voters reportedly rate the US economy as good or excellent, while 38% described it as poor; while forty-two percent (42%) said that it is getting better and 37% are suggesting that it is getting worse, with this Rasmussen presidential survey held last Monday, October 29.

Meanwhile, Obama leads by three percentage points over Romney, 49% to 46% in Wisconsin, based on the NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist presidential polls on Wednesday, which was to be still within the survey’s margin of error, noting that the president had a 6-point lead in early October.

For Iowa, the same survey showed that Obama is leading by 6 points among likely voters, 50% to 44%. But for Rasmussen Reports, Romney is one-point ahead of the president in Iowa, 49% to 48%. Two percent (2%) prefer other candidates, and one percent (1%) is still undecided.

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