It is indeed too close to call with good reason, more people are fed up than those pretending to be contended.

This Just In

President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney remain engaged in a tight contest in Ohio, according to a CNN poll from that key battleground state released four days before the election.

With 50% support from likely voters, Obama narrowly outpaces Romney’s 47% backing in the CNN/ORC International survey, which was conducted between Tuesday and Thursday. But that difference is within the poll’s 3.5% sampling error. Ohio has 18 electoral votes.

Read more about the poll, and the race, on CNN’s Political Ticker.

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