Posted - 7/9/2012 11:32:42 AM | show profile | flag this post
A poll of LIKELY voters, believes the country has changed for the worse because of Obama. Even 20% of democrats think the country is worse off under Obama.
56% say the country is worse.
35% say the country is better.
That's a 21 point disaster in the making.
Bad news for Obama.
Posted - 7/9/2012 1:09:49 PM | show profile | flag this post
Again, you cherry pick...
The poll also shows people aren't so sure Romney will change the country for the better -- just that 50% think he'll cause some kind of change. They aren't broken down into whether they think it will be for the better or for the worse.
Further, if you read farther down, you'll see that the people who think it's been for the worst are Republicans -- people who never voted for Obama and never planned to this time.
Centrists, you'll notice, were pretty equally split.
Hardly a landslide.
Obama continues to lead in all national polls.
Posted - 7/10/2012 2:13:50 PM | show profile | flag this post
Keep believing the fairy tale ES
Carter and Reagan were in a "dead heat" in the summer of 1980. But Carter got fired in November. BIG TIME.
Posted - 7/10/2012 2:34:00 PM | show profile | flag this post
Well, there you go again...
This certainly isn't 1980.
Obama is no Jimmy Carter and Romney is no Ronald Reagan.
And don't even try to convince anyone that Romney will out perform Obama in the debates.
Even Romney is so terrified about about losing the race in the debates that he's already doing debate prep.
Also, for every negative for Obama -- Romney comes in whith higher negatives.
Romney has blown every chance to take the lead. His only hope is to outspend, outspend and outspend -- then hope for the best.
And the Republicans are now ready to force a tax hike on the middle class. That isn't going to help Romney in the fall.
No landslide, secondcoming.
This is going to be a close race all the way down to the wire.
Posted - 7/10/2012 3:07:39 PM | show profile | flag this post
Keep it up....
The "too close to call" line is propaganda.
Remember, I said Romney was the winner of the GOP primary a full month before the media stopped writing the GOP soap opera stories.
Posted - 7/10/2012 3:21:55 PM | show profile | flag this post
A lot of wishful thinking, secondcoming...
you seem to forget how polarized this country is.
Not a lot of people trust Romney.
For instance, why is he off-shoring so much of his money in Swiss and Cayman Island banks accounts to avoid taxes?
And why is he refusing to release his tax returns for more than just one year?
What's he hiding?
Not a lot of American's trust him.
Posted - 7/10/2012 10:53:16 PM | show profile | flag this post
Oh spare us
"Remember, I said Romney was the winner of the GOP primary a full month before the media stopped writing the GOP soap opera stories."
Anyone with even a miniscule amount of political experience knew damn well that Newt, Trump, Cain, Bachmann, Santorum, Perry (all huge rightwing heroes at one point or another--even with God speaking to some of them) were NOT going to be the nominee. It was Mitt's to lose from the beginning.
And, Oh, I still remember how you predicted Obama would have a serious Dem challenger by now; So much for your prediction skills.
We will leave that all aside for now. Inre your "Obama is losing in a Landslide" prediction, Well...it could happen, but were in July already, and it's still too close to call--on paper--but I still think the president has it in a squeaker.
RCP average has the president at 46.4 to Romneys 44.7
And many of the polls PRE the SCOTUS ACA decision (including Fox, who had Obama at +5)
Most important EC spread--GOOD news for Romney--he's narrowed it to Obama 221 Romney 181.
Can you please remember it takes 270 to win? And I just don't see it happening. You try it. (and let me know how you did it)
Posted - 7/11/2012 12:25:04 AM | show profile | flag this post
Romney is the Clear Winner
He is the Sarah Palin of 2012