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President Obama and Mitt Romney are tied among likely voters, according to NBC/WSJ poll.
The poll surveyed 1,816 voters (1,000 registered voters and 816 likely voters) after the second presidential debate from Wednesday to Saturday.
This latest poll suggests Romney gained ground. The Wall Street Journal called it, "A late surge in support for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney." The last NBC/WSJ poll put Obama 3 points ahead of Romney.
The polls margin of error is a little over 3 percent.
The Huffington Post reports Obama still enjoys a lead among registered voters, with "49 percent supporting him and 44 percent supporting Romney."
Here's what NBC's Meet the Press had to say: