The last polls allowed before next week's South Korean presidential election all showed a lead for conservative favourite Park Geun-Hye over her liberal rival, but by varying margins.
South Korea's presidential candidate Park Geun-Hye of the ruling Saenuri Party attends a televised debate in Seoul, on December 10, 2012. The last polls, published Thursday, all showed a lead for conservative Park over her liberal rival, but by varying margins.
The four surveys published Thursday, but based on data gathered before North Korea's provocative launch of a long-range rocket on Wednesday, put Park's lead over Moon Jae-In as narrow as 0.5 points or as wide as 3.5 points.
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