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UPDATE: A new poll out Wednesday suggests that Mitt Romney has closed the gap with President Obama and that the two men are in a dead heat heading into their one-on-one match-up.
The CBS News/NYT survey found Romney and Obama each with support from 46 percent of registered voters. The same survey from last month had the president with a narrow 3-point lead, 47 percent to 44.
The new poll is significant because it was taken during a four-day stretch ending Tuesday, a time period that came several days after Rick Santorum suspended his campaign and left Romney as the presumptive GOP nominee.
Full results will be released later Wednesday but for now you can check out the CBS recap here.
Tuesday, April 17: The so-called Mommy Wars that were ignited last week by a Democratic strategist's suggestion Ann Romney had "never worked a day in her life" don't seem to have cost President Obama among women voters.
A new Reuters/Ipsos poll out Tuesday shows that Obama has a comfortable 14-point lead on Mitt Romney among women likely to vote in November's general election, 51 percent to 37 percent. That split is more or less the same from the same poll taken back in March that showed Obama with a 54-38 advantage.
Reuters spots another interesting development in its latest survey: "Despite Republicans' efforts to portray themselves as the party of the family, Obama even had a big edge on family values among women, with 51 percent picking him as better on that issue compared with 36 percent for Romney."
As for male voters, the new poll showed Obama with a 47-43 edge on Romney. That's a 3 point drop for Obama from March, while Romney has held steady.