WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – After two debates and three polls, presidential candidate Mitt Romney leads President Barack Obama based on how people voted in The White Plains Daily Voice’s unscientific online reader polls.
The Daily Voice asked readers over the last three weeks who they will vote for in the upcoming presidential election on Nov. 6. In total, 116 readers said they plan to vote for Romney and 83 for Obama. Another nine people said they are undecided, and another two said they will vote for someone else.
In our Oct. 1 poll, before the first debate, White Plains was spilt with 15 readers saying they would vote for Romney and 15 for Obama. Romney began to pull away in our next poll Oct. 9, drawing the support of 58 readers, compared to 40 who said they would vote for Obama. In our last poll on Oct. 15, 43 readers said they would vote for Romney and 28 said they would vote for Obama.
The third and final presidential debate is Monday and will focus on foreign policy. The candidates will square off at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. at 9 p.m. Bob Schieffer, host of CBS's “Face the Nation,” will moderate.
With one more debate coming up and Election Day right around the corner, do you know which candidate you will vote for? Tell us in our poll.
Tell us what is driving your decision: the economy, foreign policy, health care, the environment, social issues or something else? Did last week’s debate change your mind?
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