CBS News/New York Times Survey: Romney 47%, Obama 46%
While within the margin of error, I believe this demonstrates just how effective all of Obama's attacks have been, NOT! I wish some of our sides' pundits would base when they think a candidate is taking a hit on the numbers, and not based upon whatever happens to be reverberating around inside the Beltway.
Were Mitt Romney paying some steep price for this, or that, I doubt a CBS News/New York Times poll would have these numbers.
A new poll released Wednesday indicates the presidential race is still locked up between Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama, less than four months before Election Day.
According to a new CBS News/New York Times survey, Romney holds a slight edge over Obama, 47% to 46%. The margin falls well within the sampling error.
However, not everyone has made up their mind. The poll indicates that one in five voters say they could change their decision by November.