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Nine just over two weeks ago before that big election and hours before the final debate we have the latest numbers from -- reason for -- -- daily presidential tracking poll shows governor Romney 49 President Obama 47 fax no change from yesterday.
Let's bring in Scott Rasmussen joins us.
A stop this would seem to imply that Romney governor Romney did it no longer has that so -- momentum would you agree -- that.
Yes in fact the numbers today are exactly the same as they work.
On the day before on the day of the second presidential debate so what happened is the first debate took place governor Romney -- some ground gained a net of about four points.
The second debate took place President Obama had a better night.
And he stopped the bleeding but he did not turn the race around and done now tonight could be a very significant.
Definitely how about Florida I'm gonna go through a couple of key states -- -- with Florida what do you numbers show that.
Florida we now show governor Romney up by five points if 13 states that is just moved from tossup category to -- -- how about Pennsylvania because there's a big headlines today -- -- Those who -- papers him but that Pennsylvania is and is now in play what's your numbers.
Our latest numbers show the president is still up 51%.
Romney has been gaining ground he was down by -- dozen points just a few weeks back.
Still it's a tough state for the Republicans always looks good -- never quite pulled off.
If Mitt Romney wins Pennsylvania probably means we're gonna have a very significant Electoral College landslide.
And -- but that's if if Mitt Romney wouldn't win Pennsylvania.
That's an Electoral College loans and OK I got Ohio what's -- latest number.
Ohio the closest and the biggest of all tossup states we continue to show President Obama up just one point.
This race has been very close in the Buckeye State and you know if Mitt Romney were to win Florida.
Virginia where he's up three and Ohio it's almost certain he would move into the White House if Barack Obama can hang on to all -- -- There are some other path to a Romney victory but they become more challenging.
So -- Ohio is still dead center stage of the most important state as we speak right.
I said earlier.
That if Mitt Romney can maintain the momentum that he's achieved over the past couple of weeks.
That he would be the next president of the United States of America that's if he maintains the pulp wood momentum.
The agreement that.
Yes and he's up by two points and our -- in our national popular vote numbers of that shifting to another point or so -- feel very comfortable that he'd win enough of the swing states.
In the Electoral College right now we look at it we're projecting President Obama has states with 237.
Mitt Romney states with 235.
And there are a handful of states with 66 electoral votes left that will decide the presidency that is close is it not Scott Rasmussen and on the when you have -- on a presume you do on occasion.
Thanks for being -- -- -- seventh and attempts at a Wilson thank you Scott project --
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