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October 30, 2012


Race Enters Final Week as Close as Ever

A new New York Times/CBS News poll finds President Obama and Mitt Romney enter the closing week of the campaign in an exceedingly narrow race, with the president edging the challenger 48% to 47%.

"The race for the White House, which has been interrupted by the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy's deadly assault on the East Coast, is heading toward an uncertain conclusion. The president was set to stay off the campaign trail for a third straight day to tour storm damage on Wednesday with Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, a Republican. Mr. Romney was set to resume a full schedule in Florida."

By comparison, the ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll shows Romney ahead 49% to 48%.












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