A new Pew Research survey finds the GOP has made significant gains among white voters since Barack Obama became president.
Key finding: A 2-point Republican edge among whites in 2008, 46% to 44%, has widened to a 13-point lead today, 52% to 39%. In sharp contrast, the partisan attachments of black and Hispanic voters have remained consistently Democratic.
Apparently, white voters are sick and tired of massive debt, a confusing foreign policy and no jobs. Republicans have taken a 2-point edge among whites in 2008 and widened it to a 13-point lead today. Pew Research Center reported: A... Read Post
A new Pew Research Center poll finds that President Barack Obama enjoys a “significant” lead over presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney — and that the Supreme Court’s standing with voters has diminished mostly due to Republican... Read Post