Despite the Obama Administration's insistence that Mitt Romney would receive no boost in poll numbers after the Republican National Convention, like much of the White House's talking points, this has turned out to be not true.
According to the Real Clear Politics average of polls, both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are tied in the polls. Both stand at precisely 46.4%, with RCP taking seven polls into account:
If polls that were not biased were taken into account (note the "D" next to Democracy Corps, which signifies that it is biased towards Democrats), Mr. Romney would be leading by approximately .3%.
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