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  • Fox News Poll: Romney Bests Gingrich in Matchups Against Obama

    12/08/2011 9:19:16 PM PST · by Steelfish · 43 replies · 1+ views
    FoxNews ^ | December 08, 2011 | Dana Blanton
    Fox News Poll: Romney Bests Gingrich in Matchups Against Obama By Dana Blanton December 08, 2011 | Newt Gingrich has increased his lead over Mitt Romney in the race for the Republican nomination, yet the former House speaker is weaker than Romney with the general electorate. In a hypothetical matchup, Barack Obama is just 2 percentage points ahead of Romney (44-42 percent), according to a Fox News national poll released Thursday. Three weeks ago, Romney had a narrow 2-point edge over Obama in the head-to-head matchup (44-42 percent). In every other matchup of the two candidates over the past year,...
  • Ailes: Palin Was a ‘Branding Issue’

    09/26/2011 11:12:27 AM PDT · by winoneforthegipper · 96 replies · 1+ views
    DailyBeast ^ | 09/26/11 | staff
    Could Fox News be moving away from the right? As the Tea Party's popularity fades and the country grows increasingly tired of partisan bickering, Fox News chief Roger Ailes is making what he calls a “course correction.” Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin “became a bit of a branding issue for us,” he tells Howard Kurtz in Newsweek. Republican candidates still consult Ailes: when Rick Perry was still weighing a presidential bid, he stopped by Ailes's office and confided he was worried about being able to raise money, and Mitt Romney took Ailes out for a pasta dinner. But Ailes also...