“We noticed that the gap between Obama and Romney in our poll became closer after Wednesday night's debate.”
WASHINGTON (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
USAButtonPoll, a unique polling site that has been featured on programs such as Good Morning America, Hardball and The Today Show, has announced this week’s results in the 2012 polling between President Obama and Mitt Romney. As of Oct. 5, the poll results show Obama leading with 54.6 percent and Romney with a close 45.4 percent. The voting percentages are tabulated each evening and include that day’s votes online at usabuttonpoll.com and in the company’s retail stores.
“The presidential debate this week really seemed to get people excited about the upcoming election,” said Jim Warlick, founder and CEO of the poll. “We noticed that the gap between Obama and Romney in our poll narrowed after Wednesday night’s debate.”
The USAButtonPoll has correctly reported election outcomes in 1988, 1992, 1996, 2004, and 2008, and has been featured by USATODAY, CNN, MSNBC, BBC, Washington Post, International Herald Tribune and the Washington Times, among others.
“The public knows they can rely on us for an accurate prediction of the presidential race because the people voting after purchasing a button are serious about voting,” Warlick said.
The 2012 presidential candidate buttons for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are currently online. Each button is just $4.95, and the price includes shipping. Buying more than one button does not affect the poll because each voter only gets one vote.
To purchase a USAButtonPoll button and participate in the poll, visit http://www.usabuttonpoll.com.
The USAButtonPoll.com, founded in 1998 by Jim Warlick, is a unique polling site that has been featured on programs such as Good Morning America, Hardball, and The Today Show. Customers who make a purchase on the site are able to cast a vote in one of the nation’s most reliable polls. Since 1998 USAButtonPoll.com has accurately predicted (with the exception of the 2000 race) the outcome of the presidential election. For more information, visit http://www.usabuttonpoll.com or call 1-877-868-4062.