President Obama Receives Majority Vote In Recent Poll
According to Wednesday's Rasmussen Report, a majority of registered voters support President Obama nationwide.
The poll shows President Obama attracting support from 46% of voters nationwide, but it is very close with Mitt Romney earning 45 percent of the vote.
Both campaigns insisted they have a better economic plan on Wednesday.
The two presidential candidates will face off in a three prime-time debates with the first one scheduled on October 3.
The matchups usually draw the biggest audience of the campaign and this year they assume a special importance with the race being so close.
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