Another poll finds President Obama in a better position after last week's Democratic convention.
Fox News has Obama leading Mitt Romney 48 to 43 percent among likely voters, a four-point shift from before the convention (but within the poll's margin of error.)
Like other pollsters, Fox found that Obama had caught up with Romney in enthusiasm, with supporters of both candidates now equally likely to say that victory is "extremely important."
The Fox News poll gave Obama a five-point bounce with women and a 12-point bounce with independents. But Post-ABC News polling actually showed the opposite swing -- Romney now has a 54 to 43 percent edge among independent likely voters, compared with 49 to 44 just before the conventions. CNN also showed Romney increasing his support among independent voters.