Two weeks left before America makes a decision on which candidate will be elected as President of the United States. Polls indicate who is in the lead currently and how many undecided voters remain.
A generic congressional ballot via Rassmussen Reports shows a survey of likely voters and their presidential candidate preference.
General election as of 10-23-12
Likely voters as of 10-21-12
Romney: 44 percent
Obama: 43 percent
Likely voters as of 10-21-12 to 10-22-12
Romney: 51 percent
Obama: 46 percent
Registered voters as of 10-21-12 to 10-22-12
Romney: 48 percent
Obama: 47 percent
Two different ads were posted today after the final debate last night. Both President Obama and Mitt Romney reflect two different perspectives, as both presidential candidates attempt to reach more voters and the undecided in several key swing states.
President Obama's new ad
Mitt Romney's new ad
There are conflicting reports regarding the actual percentage of undecided voters and there is always a margin of error with all polls. Nonetheless, both presidential candidates will have a very busy two weeks ahead of them, as the race for the White House gets closer.