Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Senator Joyce appears on Broadside: Lines of Attack

(NECN) - The three most recent polls in the 2012 contest lead to just one conclusion: At this point, the race is too close to call.

The Gallup daily tracking poll of registered voters has Mitt Romney ahead by four points, leading Obama 48-percent to 44-percent.

Meanwhile, the New York Times/CBS poll has the race tied, with both Romney and Obama earning 46-percent.

The Pew Research Center poll puts Obama in the lead by four points, with 49-percent to Romney’s 45-percent.

Joining Broadside to break down these numbers and more are two men from opposing sides of the 2012 contest for the White House: Mass. Sen. Brian Joyce, a Democrat from Milton, and Peter Blute, the deputy chair of the Massachusetts Republican Party.

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