As Election Day approaches, a new national survey shows that President Barack Obama is already winning America’s favor.
A new Pew Research Center poll found that President Obama has a three-point lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney among undecided voters.
The results gave President Obama a 50-to-45 lead among voters after three-percent of voters were divided between the candidates. Researchers split up voters based on their choice of one candidate over another as well as calculated predictions on how the undecided voter will choose on Tuesday.
On the other hand, a third of undecided voters have already made their choice at the polls with 48 percent choosing Obama and 45 percent voting for Romney.
In a previous survey following the first debate, President Obama trailed his opponent. The two candidates were tied in a poll taken last week.
Romney is still the top choice among men and voters ages 65 and older. However, Romney’s supporters who are 65 and older dropped 10 points last week.
President Obama has closed the gap among women supporters with a 53-to-40 percent lead over Romney.