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Romney Is Beating Obama With The Voters That Will Decide The Election

Today's first Gallup daily presidential tracking poll wasn't an aberration. Lately, the Independent vote has either shifted to Mitt Romney over Barack Obama or provided Romney with a lot more hope to gain the Independent vote in November. Independents will decide the election. First, we have the Gallup poll, which showed that 45 percent of Independent voters prefer Romney to just 39 percent for Obama.
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