GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has a slight lead over President Obama in a new CBS News/New York Times poll. Romney is ahead 46 to 43 percent. What’s most interesting is that Romney has a 2 percentage point edge over Obama among women. Other polls have shown Obama with a huge advantage among women. Those surveyed were divided on Obama’s overall job performance, with 50 percent approving and 48 percent disapproving. Based on what they’ve heard and seen so far, 31 percent of surveyed voters have a favorable opinion of Romney and 38 percent have an unfavorable view.
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