Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney speaks at a campaign rally at Worthington Industries in Worthington, Ohio October 25, 2012. (Photo : Reuters)
Despite it being Paul Ryan's home state, President Barack Obama has been leading Wisconsin in multiple polling data but challenger Mitt Romney may be seeing a comeback.
Most polling figures have given Obama a mixed lead from either double-digits to one percent until a Rasmussen Reports poll presenting a tie between the presidential candidates.
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According to Rasmussen Reports, Obama and Romney are tied at 49 percent each among the 500 likely voters surveyed on Oct. 25.
The Rasmussen poll is good news for Romney as Obama previously led Rasmussen previous poll by two percent on Oct. 18 with 50 percent for Obama to Romney's 48 percent.
Both Rasmussen polls have a margin of error of four percent.
It appears the downward trend for Obama continues as the Mason-Dixon poll show the president leading by two percent among the 625 likely voters polled fro Oct. 15 to Oct. 17. With a margin of error of four percent, Obama received 48 percent to Romney's 46 percent.
Despite the narrow lead for the president, the figures are down overall from his 2008 victory in this state with 13.9 percent.
Ryan had told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos about how his state will vote come Election Day.
"Look, we won an impressive election in 2010, we won three different various recalls - Supreme Court race, recalls last summer, recalls this summer," said Ryan. "It's a close state. I feel very good about it. I don't think in Wisconsin we want to see four more years like the last four years."
Currently, Real Clear Politics projects Wisconsin will go in favor of Obama.
Wisconsin offers 10 votes from the Electoral College and has voted for the Democratic presidential candidate since 1988 when Michael Dukakis ran, and lost, to George H.W. Bush.