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October 25, 2012 8:30 pm

Washington Post/ABC Tracking Poll: Romney 50%, Obama 47%

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President Obama and Mitt Romney at the Oct 16th debate.

Washington Post – Republican Mitt Romney has edged ahead of President Obama in the new Washington Post-ABC News national tracking poll, with the challenger winning 50 percent of likely voters for the first time in the campaign.

As Romney hits 50, the president stands at 47 percent, his lowest tally in Post-ABC polling since before the national party conventions. A three-point edge gives Romney his first apparent advantage in the national popular vote, but it is not one that is statistically significant with a conventional level of 95 percent confidence.

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