Wednesday, September 12, 2012

US Elections 2012: Obama leads - but for how long?

Despite the disappointing news, polls over the weekend and on Monday showed Obama surging to his biggest lead over Romney in several months. Gallup, the most frequently cited polling agency, had Obama beating his rival 49 percent to 44 percent. CNN had Obama at 52 percent and Romney at 46 percent. Other major surveys reflected a similar trend.

Some analysts are speculating that the race has entered a new phase, in which Obama is the clear frontrunner – regardless of the sluggish economic recovery.

But is it a turning point in the election campaign?

Read more: France24


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