UTICA, New York - The race for President remains at equilibrium, 12 days into the Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby daily tracking poll, which shows Democrat Barack Obama winning 48.3% support, compared to 44.4% for Republican John McCain.
Seven-point-three percent of the likely voters surveyed said they remain undecided.
Obama lost four-tenths of a point from yesterday's report, while McCain gained six-tenths of a point. It was the second consecutive day in which Obama's numbers slipped and McCain's numbers increased.
Despite two presidential debates and a continuing worldwide financial markets meltdown that occurred and intensified during the polling over the past two weeks, support for the candidates has remained remarkably stable. Obama has increased his support just 0.6 points, while McCain's support has slipped 0.9 points since Oct. 6.
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