A new national Reuters/Ipsos poll has some disastrous numbers for presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney. With three months to go before Election Day, Obama leads Romney among registered voters, 49 percent to 42 percent. That's a net one-point increase from last month. But it's not even the worst number for Romney. Romney trails Obama on the handling of all important topline issues in the poll.
The Romney campaign this morning pushed back against a Reuters/Ipsos poll that gave President Barack Obama a significant lead over Mitt Romney among likely voters, calling the poll presumptuous and flawed. The poll shows that among ... Read Post
Mitt Romney has swung 6 points in three days in the Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll as he prepares to give his big speech accepting the Republican nomination for president, now leading President Obama 44 to 42 percent in the poll ... Read Post