Obama leading in presidential polls. Is it over yet!
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Obama leading in presidential polls. Is it over yet!

Washington : PA : USA | Sep 27, 2012 at 9:13 AM PDT
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Polls for presidency in United States showed President Obama leading Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney by double-digit.

In recent weeks polls also showed President Obama leads Romney in most States. Is this the effect of the secret video where Romney commented on "47 percent" at a private fundraiser?

While some voters are confident that United States is better off now that it was four years ago. They considered Obama to remain President of the United States.

An opinion polls could be true or can we just say its over? In the history of presidential election in United States, where polls has been done, Franklin Roosevelt (D) leads Alfred Landon (R). Throughout the campaign Roosevelt was leading in polls. Americans cared about having food and jobs, and so Franklin Roosevelt was elected for the second-term as the President of the United States in 1936.

For the presidential candidates, who can regain Americans faith and hope for a "new America"? Is it Obama or Romney who will stand before us on the day of Inaugural?

We can see their political ads on television, attacking each other, accusing each other for so many reasons. Its hard to say, who will it be?

United States presidential election is few months away, voters has already decided who will be their bet, some are unsure yet, while others wants a new president.

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Mary Grace Keiner is based in Lake Mills, Wisconsin, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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