Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney speaks at a campaign rally in Avon Lake (Photo : Reuters)
Obama leads in Ohio, 48.6 percent to Romney's 46.7 percent from the sample dates October 18 to October 28.
Rasmussen Reports puts Romney ahead 2 percent, at 50 percent compared to Obama's 48 percent. Gravis Marketing gives Mr. Obama a slight 1 percent edge, with 50 percent to Romney's 49 percent. PPP has Governor Romney at 47 percent and the president at 51 percent. Purple Strategies has Obama in the lead, 46 percent to Romney's 44 percent. Romney trails Obama in the CNN/Opinion Research poll with 46 percent to Obama's 46 percent. ARG reports an Obama lead, 9 percent to Romney's 47 percent. Time notes the largest Obama lead, with the president landing 49 percent support compared to Romney's 44 percent. SurveyUSA puts Obama 3 percent ahead of Romney, 47 percent to 44 percent. Both the Suffolk and Cincinnati Enquirer/Ohio News polls have both candidates as tied in the race.
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The Romney camp holds a slight 1.3 percent lead on the Obama campaign in the Sunshine State and has secured 49.3 percent support from voters compared to the president's 48 percent, based on a sampling of polls held between October 22 and October 28.
The CNN/Opinion Research poll has Romney in the lead, 50 percent to Mr. Obama's 49 percent. Rasmussen Reports puts Romney at 50 percent and Obama at 48 percent. Gravis Marketing records a Romney lead of 50 percent to Obama's 49 percent. Obama lags behind in the Sunshine State News/VSS as well, 46 percent to the former Governor's 51 percent. However, Mr. Obama is a head in the PPP poll, 49 percent to Romney's 49 percent. According to SurveyUSA, the race is tied.
Margins of Error
The Rasumessen Reports margin of error lays at 4.0 percent, Gravis Marketing at 3.6 percent, PPP at 3.7 percent, Purple Strategies at 4.0 percent, CNN/Opinion Research at 3.5 percent, ARG at 4.0 percent, Time at 3.0 percent, Cincinnati Enquirer/Ohio News at 3.1 percent, SurveyUSA at 4.1 percent, Suffolk at 4.0 percent, and Sunshine State News/VSS at 3.1 percent.