...with the narrow margins of vote percentages that the polls revealed, the site commented that it is still uncertain who will get the presidential seat.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 06, 2012
Polls opened early on Tuesday for the 2012 presidential election. And as related by a report from abcenews.go.com, it kick-started with a tie from Dixville Notch, New Hampshire. With that and national polls showing a very narrow margin between the two candidates, GreenBeanBuddy commented that it is still uncertain who will win.
According to the report, both Obama and Romney got five votes each in the small town of Dixville Notch. And as it said, it just showed the tightness of the competition between the two of them.
However, a separate report from aljazeera.com stated that Obama was actually ahead in national polls. Yet, his leads were too narrow. The report detailed that he was ahead by only three points in the Pew Research Center poll at 48 to 45 percent and one point in Washington Post-ABC News poll at 49 to 48 percent. Also, it shared that in CNN poll, the two tied at 49 percent.
Below is a part of the post Election 2012 Opens in a Tight Race by Green Bean Buddy.
“The 2012 US Presidential Election has finally started. And very early in the morning, Americans lined up to elect the next president. But will Obama have the four more years he asked from the voters or will Romney get his chance to run the United States by the end of the day?
Dixville Notch, a small town in New Hampshire, kick-started the election on Tuesday. It was also the first to announce its results with a tie of five votes each for Obama and Romney. Nonetheless, national polls revealed that the Democrat's candidate was on the lead. The Pew Research Center Poll particularly showed the president leading by three points at 48 per cent compared with Romney's 45 per cent.”
News website GreenBeanBuddy.com said that national polls reflect only the popular vote. However, they can't clearly tell who will win, it added. And so, with that and the narrow margins of vote percentages that the polls revealed, the site commented that it is still uncertain who will get the presidential seat.
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