Gallup is assessing its daily economic and wellbeing measures and will provide updates here as decisions are made.
Gallup will not conduct daily tracking surveys for a second night, Tuesday, Oct. 30, due to the ongoing effects of Superstorm Sandy and will continue to reassess the situation on a day-to-day basis. Gallup will provide an update on Wednesday about plans from that point forward.
This is a statement from Gallup Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport regarding Gallup polling and Gallup Daily tracking during Hurricane Sandy:
Gallup has suspended polling for its daily tracking as of Monday night and will reassess on a day-to-day basis. The ultimate effect on the overall picture of polling between now and this weekend, including election polling, will depend on what happens as a result of the storm, about which we will have a better understanding of on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.
Look for future updates here.
Gallup's first "likely voters" results are out today, revealing a slight edge for Mitt Romney over Barack Obama, 49% to 47%, among the registered voters most likely to cast ballots for president.
Here's what you need to know: