U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a campaign rally in Davenport (Photo : Reuters)
According to Real Clear Politics, Obama has a 5.3 percent lead in Minnesota, with 50.3 percent compared to Romney's 45 percent.
The Star Tribune/Mason-Dixon poll has Romney at 44 percent and Obama at 47 percent. Rasmussen Reports puts Obama at 51 percent and Romney at 46 percent. St. Cloud State U. records a significant lead, with Obama at 53 percent and Romney at 45 percent.
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President Obama enjoys a slight 2.3 percent lead in Iowa on average, with 49 percent compared to Romney's 46.7 percent. The Gravis Marketing, NBC/WSJ/Marist, and WeAskAmerica polls all put Mr. Obama ahead. More specifically, Gravis places the president at 50 percent and Romney at 46 percent. The NBC/WSJ/Marist grants Obama an 8 percent lead, 51 percent to Romney's 43 percent. WeAskAmerica maintains 46 percent support for Governor Romney and 49 percent for Barack Obama. Rasmussen Reports and ARG have both candidates at a tie, with both polls gauging 48 percent for both Romney and Obama. PPP puts Romney up 1 percent, 49 percent to Obama's 48 percent. Iowa's Des Moines Register recently endorsed Mitt Romney for the President race, the first time that it has endorsed a Republican since Richard Nixon in 1972. It's unclear if the news agency's endorsement will sway many voters in the state.
Margins of Error
Real Clear Politics places the margin of error of Gravis Marketing's poll at 4.3 percent, Rasmussen Reports at 4.5 percent, PPD at 3.3 percent, NBC/WSJ/Marist at 2.9 percent, WeAskAmerica at 2.6 percent, Star Tribue/Mason-Dixon at 3.5 percent, St. Cloud State U. at 5 percent, and ARG at 4 percent.
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