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A recent Gallop poll has President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney tied among likely November voters in swing states.

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Registered voters in 12 key swing states are almost evenly split between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in their 2012 presidential election preferences, while giving a 14-percentage-point lead to Obama over Newt Gingrich. Swing-state voters also prefer Obama to Ron Paul and to Rick Santorum. Registered voters nationally express similar preferences, although Paul does slightly better at the national level than he does in the swing states.

For more on this recent poll, go to Gallop.

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