Skip to comments.Rasmussen: Romney 50%, Obama 42%. Obama at -22%. 44% Approval
Posted on 05/12/2012 6:43:05 AM PDT by NE Cons
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Saturday shows Mitt Romney earning 50% of the vote and President Obama attracting 42% support. Four percent (4%) would vote for a third party candidate, while another three percent (3%) are undecided.
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Rasmussen better be careful. Last time they came out with a poll that was bad for dems, the politi-media establishment theatened to cover them with hate-neocon goo.
if Romney starts creeping up into the low or mid 50’s, the Dems are gonna have a meltdown of epic proportions.
Abyss rating at -1, OUCH.
The dog-eating didn’t help.
But Obama added or “saved” 4 million jobs? sarc/
Romney will win. When he does, watch the Obama pardons pour in!
- how wonderful gay marriage is, depsite intense media propaganda /p>
- that Romney's pranks 50 years ago are an issue
“if Romney starts creeping up into the low or mid 50s, the Dems are gonna have a meltdown of epic proportions.”
I’ve noticed a lot of rehabbing of Bill Clinto lately. Could have been coincidence that I caught a few such programs in a row.
Has the Intellectual Poverty Law Center certified Rasmussenreports as a “hate group” yet?
Perhaps. I think it's due to the gay marriage (wide) stance.
And if there is anything that the American people want and need at this point, it is a return to normal--to the familiar, the tried and trustworthy values that got us all here.
In an accident of history, benighted millions took a flyer and voted in an unknown quantity. But now that they've tried it, they have had enough.
The others will be Jarrett/DuvalPatrick/VanJones type radicals
The second coming of Reagan wouldn't be able to undo that damage... If that prospect doesn't scare people, don't know what will
Coach Kevin Collins wrote that this was a panic move by Obama.
No one in their right mind would do a move like this. Clinton wouldn’t.
Maybe there is something to James Taranto’s thought that he came out
to deflect his potential loss in November. In his concession speech,
“But I went out fighting for
human rights! civil rights! Even though he loses, he can be “historic” figure.
He always was attracted to the Civil Rights Era. The problem is that he was
born too late. The Civil Rights heros were ordinary citizens, preachers,
church folk, and he doesn’t get it.
Uuuuhhh, but the job improvements in foreign countries don’t count....do they?
Interestingly, Rasmussen by return of poll data from Wisconsin on the same day, May 9, shows Thompson in the lead for Senate and Obama in the lead for the President both with 50%. I wonder why this inversion exists?
Obama’s throwing Hail Mary passes way too early in the game.
That had me concerned a bit too.. If Romney has built a nationwide lead, albeit only recently, be should be up in battleground states, especially of Thompson has such a commanding lead... SMH
Those Wisconsin polls truly are confusing. Walker shows strength, The GOP Senate candidates all show leads. Ron Johnson was elected, and yet they are in solid blue territory when it comes to Obama. If the state-level polls are all maintained, I don't see how Wisconsin would not be in play for the Presidential race. I get why states like Massachusetts can split between a leftie President and a center right candidate like Brown, but we are are talking about strong conservatives across the board in Wisconsin AND support for a failed leftist Obama at the same time.
I agree with your assessment.
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