Who wins the White House could be decided by who carries Iowa.
Using the polling averages from Real Clear Politics, President Obama held a slight lead of less than 3-points at the start of the year. His lead would hit its peak four-months later. In May, Obama held a four-point advantage.
Mitt Romney slowly chipped away, and by September he was trailing by less than a point.
Heading into Election Day, the President held a two-point lead in Iowa.
The Obama campaign is confident it can carry Iowa a second time.
Tuesday, Channel 13’s Dave Price talked with the President about then and now.