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Polls: Romney Leads Heading Into Final Debate

Ann272 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 4:53 PM
Benson rightly commented that younger voters are the most disillusioned group. This is quite true. I have known a great many young men and women in the 22 - 26 year old group. Almost all are either in grad school, or living at home, or working two jobs in fast food joints. These are the brightest young people I know, and two are mechanical engineers. One has joined the Marines, and has had two tours of duty so far.

Tonight's third and final 2012 presidential debate will feature 90 minutes on foreign policy -- an extremely important set of issues, of course, but not a subject area that sits atop voters' list of concerns this year.  As President Obama and Governor Romney enter tonight's third-round bout, a cross-section of polls are converging to cement a clear pre-debate trend: The Republican challenger has established a modest lead over the incumbent nationally, while building momentum in critical battleground states.  Let's take a peek at some of the data:

(1) Rasmussen and Gallup - The two primary daily tracking polls...