BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's presidential race was neck-and-neck on Sunday, with exit polls showing frontrunner Prime Minister Victor Ponta tied with his opponent, center-right mayor Klaus Iohannis.
One poll showed Ponta on 50.9 percent of the vote and Iohannis on 49.1 percent in Sunday's runoff, another showed them tied at exactly 50 percent. A third poll showed Iohannis at 50.9 percent.
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