aul Ryan may have fired up the Republican base since Mitt Romney announced Ryan as his running mate, but a new poll suggests that Mitt's veep pick hasn't exactly been a game-changer. According to a NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey, Obama holds a four-point lead nationally, 48 percent to 44 percent. The numbers are nearly unchanged since July, when Obama held a six-point lead.
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