Recent polling continues to show that Ron Paul is neck-and-neck with Barack Obama for the 2012 election. Paul scores 46 percent to Obama´s 49 percent revealing a statistical tie with the poll´s 4 percent margin of error.
Against rivals Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum, President Obama takes the lead. Obama scores 12 percentage points above Gingrich and 8 points above Santorum. Mitt Romney is the only other candidate besides Paul who statistically ties Obama.
“The survey also demonstrates Ron Paul’s competitive edge against the sitting President in a general election since Paul is the candidate capable of gaining support from independents and disenfranchised Democrats," declared Paul´s Campaign manager.