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Race Remains Tight, New Polls Show

Be prepared to keep nibbling your nails down through November. Despite both a presidential and vice-presidential debate, President Obama and Mitt Romney are running virtually neck and neck in their race for the White House. A new poll conducted by The Washington Post and ABC News shows that the two candidates have seen no change in their standing among voters since the same poll was conducted two weeks ago. Forty-nine percent of likely voters surveyed in the poll say they will support the president, and 46 percent say they will vote for Romney.

October 15, 2012 6:32 AM