WASHINGTON D.C. (AP) That's according to a new national survey, which finds the two have roughly the same favorable rating. According to the CNN/ORC international poll released Friday, 49% of likely voters say they're backing President Obama, while 47% support Romney. The survey has a sampling error of two points, which means right now, the race is a statistical tie. President Obama holds a bigger lead, 52% to 43% when you widen the poll out from likely voters to registered voters in general, but more of those people will stay home on election day.
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