Gallup: Romney Gains A Point Since Saturday, Leads 52-45

Mitt Romney widened his lead by a point over President Barack Obama in Gallup’s daily tracking poll on Sunday.

Romney leads Obama among likely voters nationwide 52 percent to 45 percent, a 1-point improvement for the Republican nominee since Gallup’s poll on Saturday. Sunday’s poll was conducted Oct. 14-20.

The PollTracker Average currently shows Romney leading Obama by less than a pecentage point.

 

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