President Obama's national lead has grown to six points, according to a Bloomberg poll released Wednesday. Surveying 789 likely voters, 49 percent said they would vote for President Obama, while 43 percent said they would vote for Gov. Romney.
The poll is also more evidence voters have continued to sour on Romney. While his favorability rating in the Bloomberg survey is 43 percent, Romney's unfavorability rating swelled to 50 percent. Obama, meanwhile, registered a 52 percent favorability rating and only a 44 percent unfavorability rating.
The PollTracker average of the national presidential race shows President Obama with 49.1 percent and Gov. Romney at 44.2 percent.