Mitt Romney continues his rise, according to a Gallup poll released today that suggests he has a
seven-point national lead over President Obama.
The tracking poll, which surveyed likely voters, put Romney ahead 52-45, Gallup reported.
The poll, experts cautioned, is one of several that should be gauged to get an accurate assessment of the status of the campaign.
An ABC News/Washington Post survey of likely voters from Oct. 15 had Obama leading Romney 49-46.
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