AP/GfK Poll - October 25, 2012Likely Voter, 839 sample size, Romney leads 47-45, 4% undecided.
Update: It was pointed out to me that I looked at the wrong table in the internals, so I've corrected.
The last time I looked at this poll, I used it as an example in my methodology explanation. Back in September, it had a D+13 sample differential, with Democrats making up 50% of the overall partisan sample. Now we have an example of a poll starting to reflect reality. Using a likely voter screen, they end up with a D+4 sample, which has a D/R/I of 34/30/36. They also show a slight preference of Independents for Romney by 2%.
Putting the results into the reweighting models we get the following:
R+2 - Current result
R+0.7 - 2008 turnout model
R+3.8 - D+3 turnout model
R+6.2 - 2010 turnout model
R+6.3 - 2004 turnout model
R+8.1 - Rasmussen Party ID
Another poll to include in the average showing a steady lead for Romney.