US pollsters put Obama ahead of Romney in race for White House
Within a day, three national polls asked Americans who they preferred in the contest between president Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney.
Within a day, three national polls asked Americans who they preferred in the contest between president Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney, and one of them produced a result that only the White House could love.
A Bloomberg national poll showed Obama with a 13-point lead in the presidential race over Romney, while an Associated Press poll found that Obama held a 3-point lead and Pew Research Center had the president up by 4 points.
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