|Published:||Sep 19, 2012 6:36 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Sep 19, 2012 6:36 AM EDT|
FORT MYERS, Fla. Several new polls out this morning showing that Mitt Romney has ground to make up, but there is one that says it's still anyone's race.
A new Quinnapiac University, CBS News, New York Times poll shows Romney is losing ground in the states most likely to decide this election.
President Obama now has a lead on Romney in Colorado.
That's a change from August when Romney had a five point lead.
In Virginia and Wisconsin, President Obama has extended his lead in both states to beyond the poll's margin of error.
A new Associated Press poll shows that President Obama's approval rating is back above 50 percent for the first time since May.
But when it comes to the election, the President has 47 percent of likely voters while Mitt Romney has 46 percent.
When Americans were asked about the economy.
61 percent of likely voters describe the economy as poor.
Just over half think the economic outlook has gotten worse over the last four years.
57 percent think unemployment will get worse or stay the same over the next four years.
And finally a third poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal found President Obama at 50 percent and Romney at 45 percent among likely voters.
The President's five point advantage is within the survey's sampling error, meaning the race can be seen as a tie.