Gallup: Obama Widens Lead Over Romney 48% to 43%

July 2012
Moderate Voice;7/2/2012, p4
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The article reports on a Gallup Poll which shows that U.S. President Barack Obama has led over Mitt Romney, the probable Republican party nominee. The June 25 to July 1, 2012 poll shows a 48% to 43% percent Obama lead among registered voters. It states that Romnet has not led over Obama by more than two points since May.


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