Friday, November 2, 2012

Romney and Obama Tied Across Country; Colorado’s Nine Electorate Votes in Play

As the campaign enters the last weekend, Mitt Romney surrendered his slight national lead to a tie with President Obama (0.3 for Obama in Real Clear Politics average), according to tracking and stand-alone polls.  The President continues to have leads in sufficient states to pass 270 electoral votes, but not by much.

The current Real Clear Politics battleground state average has Obama winning Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.  Romney wins Florida, North Carolina and Virginia.  Real Clear Politics awards Obama 290 electoral votes as of November 2.

At the moment, the polling average has Obama ahead by 0.9 of a point in Colorado.

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