Obama Up in Iowa, Ohio; Returns to Colorado Tonight
Update: Final national poll before election day: WSJ/NBC poll has Obama 48, Romney 47. Here is the actual poll. Voters with a "very positive" view of Obama: 40%. For Romney, only 25%. Who is better prepared to lead the country? Obama 46%, Mitt 42%. I'm not sure how representative the sample is. 37% identified themselves as conservative, to 25% who identified as liberal. 23% are retired, only 4% are unemployed because they can't find a job, 48% have college/post-college/law degrees and 26% earn more than $100k per year.
A new Des Moines Register poll shows President Obama up 5 points. [More...]
A new Pew Research poll has Obama up 50% to 47%. In the 9 battleground states, Obama is up 49% to 47% for Romney.
President Obama will be in Aurora, Colorado tonight (Community College of Aurora's Lowry campus.) Also on hand: Dave Matthews, who will perform acoustically.
Mitt Romney drew a crowd of 17,000 in Englewood, CO last night (Arapahoe County).
The polls here are tied. A new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows Obama ahead in Ohio, but tied with Romney in Colorado, Florida and Virginia.
In Ohio, Obama gains:
Obama had 48 percent compared to Romney's 44 percent. On Saturday, Obama was ahead in Ohio by a point in the same poll.
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