Before we look at today's polls, consider something John Podhoretz noted about the Marist data below. Marist says that 45 percent of the respondents to its Iowa poll claim to have voted early. The percentage of Iowans who have voted early is only 32 percent. Marist claims early voters broke 62-35 for Obama. The party identification for early voters is actually 43 percent Democratic to 32 percent Republican. So if Marist's numbers are accurate, that means nearly all independents are voting for Obama (contrary to their polling numbers, which indicate a preference for Romney).
And with that, here are your numbers ...
(Rasmussen Reports) Romney 49, Obama 47 Romney +2
Presidential Race by State:
Colorado: (Rasmussen Reports) Obama 47, Romney 50 Romney +3
Iowa: (NBC/WSJ/Marist) Obama 50, Romney 44 Obama +6
Nevada: (LVRJ/SurveyUSA) Obama 50, Romney 46 Obama +4
New Hampshire: (NBC/WSJ/Marist) Obama 49, Romney 47 Obama +2
Rhode Island: (WPRI/Fleming) Obama 54, Romney 33 Obama +21
Wisconsin: (NBC/WSJ/Marist) Obama 49, Romney 46 Obama +3
Wisconsin: (Rasmussen Reports) Obama 49, Romney 49 Tie
Wisconsin: (NBC/WSJ/Marist) (D) Baldwin 48, (R) Thompson 47 Baldwin +1
New Hampshire: (NBC/WSJ/Marist) (D) Hassan 49, (R) Lamontagne 44 Hassan +5