President Barack Obama as he takes the stage at the 2012 DNC.
Bradenton, Florida -- The RNC and DNC are now over and it's Barack Obama who appears to have gotten the biggest bounce. But Mitt Romney's campaign is calling the lead a "sugar high."
An ABC News/Washington Post poll of registered voters shows Obama leading Romney by 6 points. However, a poll of likely voters shows Obama leading just 49 percent to Romney's 48 percent.
The poll of likely voters suggests the candidate who is best able to get their voters out on Election Day could be the winner.
10 News Political Analyst Frank Alcock also says it's too early for Romney's campaign to hit the panic button. He says with 3 debates, another jobs report and several weeks on the campaign trail still to go anything can happen.
But one place Alcock says Romney cannot fall behind if he hopes to win is in Florida. Alcock says Florida is critical to the Republicans if they hope to recapture the White House.