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Romney’s Strong Debate Performance Erases Obama’s Lead | Pew Research Center For The People And The Press

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Mitt Romney no longer trails Barack Obama in the Pew Research Center’s presidential election polling. By about three-to-one, voters say Romney did a better job than Obama in the Oct. 3 debate, and the Republican is now better regarded on most personal dimensions and on most issues than he was in September.

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Current Senate 53 47
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