On Election Day, a new poll shows no room in the race between Mitt Romney and President Obama.
Independents are almost split, at 48 for Romney to 46 for Obama.
Obama leads Romney with 50 percent support to 48.5, an edge within the poll's 3-point margin of error.
The race is markedly tighter than it was when Hurricane Sandy forced Gallup to suspend its polling operations last week.
Obama leads Romney 50-49 in Florida, with the candidates tied at 49 percent in North Carolina.
A new poll finds that the swing state of Virginia remains a toss-up, with President Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney locked in a virtual tie.
GOP nominee Mitt Romney holds a strong 5-point lead in swing-state Florida a day before the election, according to a new poll from the Florida Times-Union/Insider Advantage.
The CNN/ORC poll is the latest to show a virtual tie, with 4 percent of voters still undecided.
Obama leads Romney 52-47 in Ohio and 51-47 in Virginia, according to the latest surveys from Public Policy Polling.
Obama is up 50-48 in each state, according to the latest surveys from Public Policy Polling.