Today’s Rasmussen Reports daily tracking poll of likely voters shows Mitt Romney soaring to a 5% lead over failed President Barack Obama as another poll’s reading of adults who are optimistic about the faltering economy plummets to an all-time low.
An analysis of swing state voter registration data done by Bloomberg shows that voters are fleeing the Democrat party in startling numbers.
A new poll conducted by Pulse Opinion Research for The Hill shows that a majority of likely voters believe Barack Obama has changed America for the worse.
Mitt Romney holds a 2 point lead among all registered voters in Gallup’s first Presidential Tracking Poll of the 2012 General Election.
We’ve seen failed incompetent President Barack Obama’s job approval ratings plummet over the past few months, hovering in the low 40s and high 30s. Now his personal favorability ratings are following suit.
Only 43% in the Democrat stronghold of New Jersey say failed President Barack Obama deserves reelection, with 47% of those surveyed responding that he does not deserve a second term. Just a few months ago, only 39% in New Jersey said he did not deserve to be reelected.
The Washington Examiner dug deep into the internals of a Washington Post poll – deeper, in fact, than the Washington Post cared to – and found that a whopping 46% of registered voters say they definitely will not vote for failed President Barack “AA+” Obama in 2012.
Barack Obama has driven confidence in the US Government among the American people down to its lowest levels since the Watergate era.
The Battleground poll conducted for Politico by George Washington University shows Republicans with growing momentum going into next Tuesday’s mid-term election, with independent voters rejecting the Democrat party and siding with Republicans in droves.
An analysis at political site Real Clear Politics expands on a point I made several days ago; pollsters are mistakenly using the sky-high Democrat turnout from the 2008 election rather than historical norms to model turnout this year, causing many races to seem closer than they are.