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April 18, 2012 1:23 pm

Romney, Obama Tied in Average of National Polls

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CNN – With six and a half months to go until November’s presidential election, it’s basically all tied up between President Barack Obama and all-but-certain Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, according to an average of the four national surveys conducted entirely after former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania suspended his campaign on April 10.

A CNN Poll of Polls compiled and released Wednesday indicates that, on average, 47% of registered voters in the four polls say they back Obama, with 45% supporting Romney, the former Massachusetts governor who is making his second bid for the White House. With each poll having a sampling error greater than Obama’s two-point margin over Romney, it’s fair to say that the race can be considered a dead heat.

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