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Gallup poll: Romney, Obama statistically tied

A new Gallup poll finds Mitt Romney and President Obama statistically tied among registered voters heading into November's general election. According to Gallup, 47 percent of voters polled are backing Romney, compared to 45 percent who prefer Obama. That's well within the poll's margin of error, which is plus or minus 3 percent. While both [...]
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