Skip to comments.Only 19% See Obama, Romney As Best Possible Presidential Candidates
Posted on 05/31/2012 9:47:29 AM PDT by Bigtigermike
Mitt Romney may have clinched the Republican nomination this week, but most voters aren't happy with the choices they now face in this years presidential election.
Just 19% of Likely U.S. Voters believe Romney and President Obama are the two best people running for the presidency. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 64% dont believe they're the best possible nominees. Seventeen percent (17%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
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Just so. It’s no longer a question of deciding which of them is the lesser evil. Neither one is remotely possible to vote for. Two baby-killing, gay activist, narcissistic, lying socialists. What a choice.
If you listed the 535 current Congresscritters and US Senators, the 50 current governors and 50 most qualified former governors, and the top 50 “other” politicians, both Romney and Obama would be in the bottom 10% on potential to fulfill this job among those from their parties. An election between these two losers proves that there is something seriously wrong with the primary system, with the leadership of both parties, and with America’s primary election voters.
For once, I fully agree with Reuters.
I’m afraid that (in general) only the most vapid losers in life are forced to run for public office. Exceptions are far and few between.
However, one must always remember that becoming a liberal is proof that one has reached the absolute bottom of the intellectual ladder.
And the Obamadork exists around four quantum levels below that.
More proof Sarah Palin could have won it all.Sarah Palin do you hear me? Run ok ?
I would wonder if there were 19% that agreed on who the best possible candidates are.
This is possibly the stupidest poll I have ever seen. I have never seen an election where I thought the two best possible candidates were running.
In some respect, the best candidate would be an individual who would not want the job.
I’m surprised that the percentage of us who are complete and utter idiots is so low.
Were Obama white, he would be in a primary fight trying to get the nomination.
Really? I was surprised that their combined approval was so high.
I think it's only a matter of time before the house-of-cards comes tumbling down; I only hope that when it does those left standing have a strong and righteous [as in Godly] sense of Justice.
And the 19% are probably moderates.
Or the corollary, the fact that somebody even wants the job would suggest that they aren't playing with a full deck to begin with.
Right. The individual who's ideas I would most agree with would be me, but I don't want the job.
I get what you are saying but this is the first election in which I am forced to consider the possibility that the two running may be the two WORST the nation can offer.
You could always just punch the voting machine...
There was the time Ditka ran against Ditka...
19% of the voters are not very intelligent. Romney was my last choice among Republicans and Obama is perhaps the worst President in American history.
No Socialists. No Zero and no Willard.
“19% of the voters are not very intelligent.”
You got that right.
“...Obama IS the worst President in American history.”
I modified your comment. I can’t think of one that’s been worse in such a short period of time.