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Fox News is your election headquarters and a slew of new polls in the race for the white house on everything from the economy.
To the all important battle for the swing states and they show this race is still very tight.
This poll showing President Obama losing the balance he got after the Democratic Convention as he -- governor Romney by the slimmest of margins 47 to 46%.
A statistical dead heat when you factor in the margin of error.
It sets the stage for what could be a real photo finish in November Molly Henneberg is live at the White House for us -- -- more about these national polls -- what do they show.
So I I guess -- just shows the Associated Press poll we also the new poll from the Wall Street Journal which is owned by the same company -- -- this network.
And it's a snapshot of the national head to head match up let's take a look at this -- Out reach out recently and it shows the president picking up among registered voters the president has a six point lead.
Fifty to 44% in this Wall Street Journal poll that's out from the four point -- that the president had last month.
The -- -- taken after the attack in Libya last week but before governor Romney's comments -- people being dependent on government.
Now let's look at the right track wrong track 55% of registered voters in this Wall Street Journal -- say America is on the wrong track.
39% say right track and that's a seven point increase since August.
Let's -- -- on the -- Gallup daily tracking poll again -- registered voters nail biter in this one President Obama 47% Romney 46%.
And then let's go to a Rasmussen poll of likely voters this is different for registered voters these are people who are more likely to vote.
Governor Romney has a one point lead -- 47 to 46% over the president in this poll taken earlier this week.
And it -- at about to get it done you look at the real clear politics average of the polls in the head to head -- -- Real clear politics has President Obama with just under a three point lead in the average of polls over governor Romney.
Not as well as we know the national numbers don't always tell the picture what about the battleground states that's really where this election's going to be decided.
Right we're keeping an eye on all those battleground state polls we have a couple new ones out today from quinnipiac in New York Times let's look at Colorado and in Virginia.
Colorado a key state -- neck and neck President Obama 48%.
Governor Romney 47%.
And this is narrowed a bit since the last -- the last -- in Colorado by quinnipiac had the president up by five now it's up by one.
Now let's go to Virginia still four point margin there which is the same as last month last month the president was leading.
By four points last month but now the president hits 50% in Virginia which as you know John -- significance.
Molly Henneberg at the White House juggling all the numbers for -- good job that Molly thanks very night.
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