A majority of Americans, 54 percent, believe President Barack Obama will secure re-election next week, according to a poll from Gallup released on Wednesday.
The poll shows only 34 percent predict a victory for Republican nominee Mitt Romney. More than 50 percent also predicted an Obama victory in Gallup's polling in August and May.
Democrats are feeling more bullish about their candidate than Republicans. Eighty-six percent of Democrats believe Obama will be the winner on Tuesday, compared with 71 percent of Republicans who envision a Romney win.
But while a mere 8 percent of Democrats pick Romney as the likely winner, 19 percent of Republicans believe it will be Obama who emerges with more than 270 electoral votes.