Leading into and heading out of the President Barack Obama's second inauguration, the pollsters were still hard at work figuring out public opinion of the commander-in-chief.
With less than a month before his second inauguration, President Barack Obama's job approval numbers are showing to be better than George W. Bush when he was heading into his second term.
The final Rasmussen Reports poll has good news for former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.
Despite several national election polls placing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney ahead of President Barack Obama, the Democratic incumbent is expected to win re-election.
Rasmussen projects tied race in Ohio, Romney leading in Virginia
Just two days before Election Day, national election polls show an extremely tight race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
The latest general election polls released on Friday and Saturday reveal a tight race for the presidency between Obama and Romney.
Obama has taken the lead in the latest Reuters/Ipsos and ABC News/Washington Post polls, but Rasmussen Reports places Romney firmly in the lead.
New TIME poll shows Obama up by 5 points with only days until the election
In the second consecutive day, Obama has seen positive changes among registered and likely voters, as well as to his approval and disapproval ratings.