A Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll finds Mitt Romney has moved into a two point lead over President Obama in a small bounce for him from the Republican National Convention, 44% to 42%.
Romney entered the week with Obama leading by four points, 46% to 42%.
The key questions: Will the bounce get further momentum after the Romney speech? Will it last?
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