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Florida 2012: What the polls are saying

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TAMPA (FOX 13) -

These days you can find a poll saying just about anything.  

In the clutter of conversation, they can shift a perception right or left. And in Florida – a day before America will take to the polls to elect its president – that's no different.

After months and months of campaigning, after millions of dollars spent in the Sunshine State, it all comes down to this.

How important is Florida?

Both Mitt Romney and Michelle Obama are here Monday campaigning and making their closing arguments in the race for the White House.

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So, where do things stand? What do all the polls say?

Collectively, it seems Romney has an oh-so slight lead, but it's very close.

We've collected the latest major polls taken here in Florida. Here's what they're saying:

CNN Poll:

Romney – 49 percent

Obama – 46 percent

NBC/Marist/Wall Street Journal

Obama – 49 percent

Romney – 47 percent

Tampa Bay Times/BN9/Miami Herald

Romney – 51 percent

Obama – 45 percent

Real Clear Politics

Romney – 49.5 percent

Obama – 47.7 percent

Rueters/Ipsos

Romney – 47 percent

Obama – 47 percent

Quinnipiac

Obama – 48 percent

Romney – 47 percent

Rasmussen

Romney – 51 percent

Obama – 46 percent

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