Mitt Romney has been riding high since his debate against President Obama. National and local polls have shifted in his favor. More states, like Colorado and Nevada, are now in play for the Republican nominee.
A new poll out of New Hampshire from American Research Group shows that Romney has now taken the lead. Of likely voters, 50% said they would vote Romney/Ryan versus 46% who would vote for Obama/Biden.
A previous poll from the end of September showed Obama had a 5% advantage(50-45).