UPDATE #1 New CNN poll in Ohio has Obama up by 4%, just over the 3% average for other polls this week. Rasmussen, no surprise, the outlier.
Nate Silver tweets at 3 p.m.: "The eight national trackers published today show Obama +0.2% on average. (Was Romney +0.2% yesterday)."
Today's daily tracker from Gallup, which showed nice gains for Obama earlier this week, then no change yesterday, finds Romney gaining again, boosting his lead among likely voters to 5% and Obama's approval off 3% to just 48%.
Gallup also released a report on the debates. Like all others, it found viewers gave the third debate to Obama, 56%-33%. Also the second debate, after wide Mitt win in #1. Asked who did better overall, judging all three debates, it was a virtual tie, with Romney up by 2%.
Even Rasmussen now gives Eliz Warren a solid 5% lead.
Earlier: And here we go again. After very good, overall, days for Obama Tuesday and Wednesday, Thursday results provided more of a mixed picture. Now for Friday.
No change in today's Rasmussen--Obama still down 3 points. PPP has the two candidates tied. RAND puts Obama ahead by 6%. Take yer pick. NBC/WSJ has Obama up by 3% in Nevada and deadlocked in Colorado. Two polls give the president a 3% edge in N.H. New poll gives Tammy Duckworth big lead over the much-lamented Joe Walsh.