The first Gallup daily tracking poll of the general election season is out, and here's the key number: Mitt Romney leads Barack Obama 45 percent to 39 percent among Independents. That pushes him to a 47 to 45 percent lead overall.
Something to keep in mind: In the monthly poll released April 2, Obama led Romney 48 to 40 among Independents — and 49 to 45 percent overall.
President Barack Obama's lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney ticked up a point Wednesday in Gallup's daily tracking poll, equaling his biggest lead yet in the Gallup survey. Obama leads Romney, 50 percent to 43 percent. That ma... Read Post
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's 2-point lead over President Barack Obama held steady in today's Gallup daily tracking poll. On Friday, Romney expanded his lead to 2 percentage points among likely voters, which had expa... Read Post