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But the battleground state polls continued to show Obama with a narrow advantage where it counts most.

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The evolution of the tracking polls hinted that Romney's bounce might be short lived.

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There are signs of movement in Romney's direction, but the size of any shift remains unclear.

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Romney got a relaxing Friday after a week with polls showing Romney trailing by as much as ten points in the battleground states.

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The polls are a bit of a mess right now, but the sources of disagreement seem a little clearer today. A big polling duel might be shaping up for November: Gallup and Rasmussen v. World. Before delving into details, let's not forget that the big picture is quite clear. If we simply ignored trendlines or the characteristics of the firms, an average of polls would show Obama clearly ahead nationally, probably by about four points, and clearly ahead in the big East Coast battlegrounds by a similar margin. Would there be a relatively big spread in the polls?

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The state polls looked as close as they were prior to the conventions.

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The post-convention polls show a close race, just as they did before the convention.

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The first night of the RNC didn't move the numbers, contrary to what one snap poll suggested.

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