The final University of Cincinnati Ohio Poll for the 2012 election season finds the presidential race in Ohio too close to call.
The poll also shows a close finish in the race for U.S. Senate, with incumbent Senator Sherrod Brown in position to retain his U.S. Senate seat.
In the race for president, after allocation of undecided voters to the candidates they are most likely to support, the presidential race in Ohio stands at President Barack Obama 50.0 percent and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney 48.5 percent. Other candidates on the ballot receive 1.5 percent.
In the race for U.S. Senate, after allocation of undecided voters to the candidates they are most likely to support, the U.S. Senate race in Ohio stands at U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown 50.6 percent, Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel 46.8 percent, and Independent candidate Scott Rupert 2.6 percent.
These findings are based on the latest Ohio Poll, conducted by the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Cincinnati. The Ohio Poll is sponsored by the University of Cincinnati. Nine hundred and one (901) probable voters were interviewed between October 31 and November 4, 2012. In 95 of 100 cases, the statewide estimates will be accurate to plus or minus 3.3 percent.
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