is continuing. A new national poll from Monmouth University shows Romney will a slim one point
lead over Barack Obama. Meantime, the newest Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll showed Romney with
a three point lead over Obama. Pollster Julia Clark says the momentum is in Romney's direction right
now. Gallup also shows Romney will a one point lead among likely voters. In the latest battleground
poll out of Florida, Romney has opened a decisive 7 point lead according to a new Tampa Bay Times/
Bay News 9/ Miami Herald poll. 51 percent of likely voters chose Romney while 44 percent chose
Obama. 5 percent of undecided voters and 2 percent of Obama supporters switched to Romney.
Romney now leads on whose better suited to improve the economy, protect Medicare, look out
for the middle class and handle foreign policy.