A new NPR/Resurgent Republic poll has President Obama and Governor Romney virtually tied in the polls. Obama leads Romney 47 to 45 percent overall, but Romney has a five-point lead among independent voters. However, there are several important conclusions from this poll on Obamacare’s effects on the election:
By a margin of almost two-to-one, voters say the health care reform law will hurt rather than help the economy.
In a new NPR poll, Mitt Romney is at 48 percent, just barely ahead of President Obama, who is at 47 percent. Among voters in battleground states, Obama is at 50 percent and Romney is at 46 percent. The partisan breakdown for the nat... Read Post
The first Gallup daily tracking poll of the general election season is out, and here's the key number: Mitt Romney leads Barack Obama 45 percent to 39 percent among Independents. That pushes him to a 47 to 45 percent lead overall. S... Read Post
A new Resurgent Republic poll shows Mitt Romney continues to hold a massive lead over Barack Obama. Mitt leads by 12 points with independent voters. In a poll released last week, Mitt Romney led Obama by 19 points among independent ... Read Post