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Monday Polls Show Signs Of Settling Race
Posted by Ashish on 10.15.2012



I'll be tweeting my live debate thoughts tomorrow night during the debate so be sure to follow me on Twitter.

We had two major new polls released on Monday -- ABC/Washington Post's national poll showing Obama up 3% (a 1% gain for Obama from their last poll) and a Politico/Battleground national poll showing Obama up 1% (the same as their previous poll). We also have the 538 forecast rising to Obama for the third straight day -- it now gives Obama a 66% chance of winning compared to a 34% chance for Romney.

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