Poll: Romney Up 1 in Michigan

According to a new Foster McCollum White Baydoun poll conducted for Fox 2 News Detroit, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has surged to a one-point lead over incumbent President Barack Obama … in Michigan. Romney clocks in at 46.86%; Obama clocks in at 46.24%. The poll was conducted on November 2.

The poll was of “high participation registered voters and voters that fit Michigan General Election voting patterns.” The same poll had Obama up four points in early October.

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