Here are the results from today’s Rasmussen daily tracking poll:
(vs. Obama) Obama Candidate Candidate Lead Romney 45 45 0 Paul 43 40 -3 Santorum 47 42 -5 Gingrich 48 38 -10
Here are still more signs of the race settling. Mitt Romney rises a percentage point to tie once again with Barack Obama. He’s been oscillating around tying the President for six weeks now. He’s never strayed more than 2 ppts from the President for a week now. For two weeks he’s been within 3 ppts.
Meanwhile Rick Santorum pushes for the second straight day, which drops him 1 ppt against Romney. That’s four straight days where he has been five ppts behind Obama.
Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich were polled once again. Paul actually does better than Santorum against the president. His -3 ppts is good enough for second place. Last week he tied Santorum at -5 ppts.
Taking his accustomed position, Newt Gingrich brings up the rear at -10 ppts. The guy has been in dead last place since February seventh nearly two months ago. The best he’s done was March 18th when he tied Ron Paul at -10 ppts behind both Romney and Obama who were also tied that day.