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Obama Widens Lead To Seven Points

Michael Juliani |
September 13, 2012 | 9:15 p.m. PDT

Executive Producer


President Barack Obama speaking at USC in 2010.  (Neon Tommy)
President Barack Obama speaking at USC in 2010. (Neon Tommy)

President Barack Obama has widened his lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney to seven points on Thursday, according to Reuters.

Reuters's daily online poll asked nearly a thousand voters this week about which candidate they would vote for, and 48 percent chose Obama to Romney's 41 percent.

Obama's lead has been steady since the Democratic National Convention in early September, riding through Romney's misguided attacks on how Obama handled the Libyan attacks earlier this week. 

Read the whole story at Reuters.



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