Rasmussen: Daily swing state tracking holds at Romney +4, nationwide daily tracking shrinks to Romney +3


The nationwide daily tracking poll just got a little tighter with Romney maintaining only a +3 point lead, holding steady at 50% with Obama encroaching at 47%. In the swing states daily tracking poll, nothing changes from yesterday with Romney leading by +4 points at 50% – 46%.

In other state polls out today, PPP puts Obama over Romney in Virginia by +5 points at 51% to 46% among likely voters. In case you are wondering it’s a D+4 sampling.

In a University of Virginia/George Mason University poll for Virginia, they find Romney and Obama in a virtual tie among registered voters. Romney has a +1 point advantage at 46% – 45% over Obama. The sampling was unavailable.

Rasmussen also reports the following today:

I’ll add Gallup to the list when then come out with their daily tracking poll.

UPDATE: Rasmussen has just released a new poll on Virginia that has Romney leading by +3:

Also Romney’s lead has been shrinking in Gallup’s daily tracking poll, but has held steady at +3 points for two days.

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