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President Obama and Mitt Romney are fighting like cats and dogs for your vote. The election is going to be close and black people are expected to be the voters who help make the difference. Given that Obama has a strong black support, it appears that he should have the upper hand in the election. But depending on what polls you observe, the results tend to be mixed. Also, the Obama Administration has done a relatively poor job of convincing marginal black voters to come to the polls or to remain enthusiastic about his presidency. The question is whether or not the black vote could keep Obama from winning the election.
According to a CBS/New York Times Survey, President Obama and Mitt Romney are tied in the presidential race so far. The survey results showed that 47 percent of registered voters from across the country are in favor of Mitt Romney. Obama has 46 percent of support, according to the poll and four percent of people who were surveyed were undecided on the subject. The one-percentage point difference between the two candidates in the poll falls within the survey’s three-point margin of error.
Romney leads the president by eight percent among male voters. Obama turns it around to beat Romney by five percent among women voters.
Over one-third of Romney supporters chose him because they have issues with President Obama. That number greatly contrasts to the eight percent of voters who chose Obama because they cannot stand Mitt Romney.