Via The Hill:
Mitt Romney gained a point over President Obama, according to a Gallup daily tracking poll released Monday, and now holds a healthy 5-percentage-point national lead.
Romney took 51 percent support in the poll of likely voters, compared to 46 percent for Obama.
The GOP nominee also pulled even with Obama among registered voters, 48 percent to 48, after trailing by a point on Sunday.
The survey is a rolling seven-day average through Oct. 28, so it has almost fully digested voter sentiment since last Monday’s third and final presidential debate.