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US Election Updates - September 25, 2012

Ryan does little to woo voters for Romney

Republican presidential candidat Mitt Romney's choice of Paul Ryan as his running mate has done little to entire voters, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Monday.

Less than a third of registered voters, 29 percent, said the selection of Ryan made them feel more favorable toward Romney.

Meanwhile, 27 percent in the online poll said it made them feel less favorable, implying that Ryan's place on the ticket may have little effect on the November 6 election.

Forty six percent of Democrats felt Ryan's choice made them less favorable, compared with 8 percent who stated otherwise. Fifty six percent of Republicans felt more favorable, compared to 6 percent.

Ryan has not managed to sway political independents, the voters likely to play a decisive role in the election. Eighteen percent felt more favorable versus 13 percent.

Monday’s Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll saw Obama leading by 49 percent to 43 percent for Romney among likely voters.

The survey was conducted September 20-24. The precision of the Reuters/Ipsos online polls is measured using a credibility interval of 3.1 percentage points for the 1,313 registered voters surveyed and 3.5 percentage points for the 1,095 likely voters.