Mitt Romney is now widely said to be "surging" in the Presidential polls, although that does seem a little excitable—he`s only 0.8% ahead of Barack Obama in today`s RealClearPolitics Average. Still, several polls do show him slightly ahead.
As usual, the white vote is little discussed, although there`s much fashionable MSM chatter about the female vote, a much less powerful analytic. (Typical example here). Even pollsters often don`t release their white share data, although they must have it. VDARE.com digging has revealed:
Romney`s white share still seems stalled in the post-Reagan Bush-McCain range. There is still no sign he will even match the 60% share achieved by GOP Congressional candidates in 2010. (More white share comparisons here—scroll down).