After a successful performance in the first pre-election televised debate in Denver last week, Republican candidate for the White House,practical caught up in the polls with President Barack Obama.
In a poll conducted by Gallup after the debate, Obama now wants to vote 49 percent of Americans, and Romney - 46 percent. It is the difference in the limits of statistical error. Before the debate, two politicians shared in the same poll five percentage points.
Mobilized the electorate
According to the same survey, only 73 percent of Obama's supporters say that for sure will vote Nov. 6. Meanwhile, among those who declare their support for Romney, 86 percent says it will definitely take part in the elections.
Among all those voters who - they say - will definitely vote, Romney definitely leads: in relation 52 to 46 percent.
This confirms that Republican voters are more strongly motivated candidate to vote than supporters of the president. The surveys show that this could deepen after the failed Obama's performance in the debate in Denver.
President Obama campaign says it has learned from the failures and the next two presidential debates, Obama will be much more convincing.
In this Wednesday in Danville, Kentucky will be a debate of candidates for vice president, with the participation of acting out this function candidateand Republican Paul Ryan.