Who would win today……Obama or Romney?

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Who would win now Romney or Obama?

Who would win now Romney or Obama?

by Michael CHILDS

If the election were held today who would win, Obama or Romney? Well according to a fox news poll, Romney tops Obama 46-44% which I wouldn’t call a lead because I think the margin of error is larger than 2 points.  67 percent of Americans are unhappy with the direction of the country. About a third of voters say they are satisfied with the way things are going today. That’s little improvement from the 30 percent who felt that way a year ago (April 2011) and down a couple notches from two years ago (35 percent) according to Fox News. This question is an important indication of voters’ mood. If the national mood is either positive or moving in a positive direction, that’s seen as good news for the incumbent president.

By a 7-point margin, more voters think Romney has the best experience to fix the economy (46-39 percent). Romney’s advantage widens over Obama to 41-28 percent among independents. And that advantage on handling the economy is a big boost for a candidate when over half of voters (53 percent) say the economy will be “extremely” important to their vote for president.

Romney has a 55-37 percent advantage over Obama when it comes to Americans feelings on how important the economy is, and a 62-29 percent edge among those who say the same of the federal deficit. The two candidates are essentially tied among people who say health care is extremely important.

Obama’s overall job approval rating stands at 42 percent, down from 47 percent last month. The drop comes mainly from Democrats: 80 percent approve now, down from 86 percent in March. A 51 percent majority of voters disapproves of the job Obama is doing.

The poll shows these economic issues will continue to be a challenge for Obama.

Most Americans — 67 percent — are unhappy with the direction of the country. About a third of voters (32 percent) say they are satisfied with the way things are going today. That’s little improvement from the 30 percent who felt that way a year ago (April 2011) and down a couple notches from two years ago (35 percent). This question is an important indication of voters’ mood. If the national mood is either positive or moving in a positive direction, that’s seen as good news for the incumbent president.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/04/12/fox-news-poll-romney-edg…

The issues that I’m concerned about we never hear talked about. Like our rights being slowly taken away which has been happening for the last 50 years or longer. We have heard nothing about education or nothing about the housing crisis. It’s all about Obamacare, I know this is a big issue and we need to stop it, in its tracks but, that isn’t the only issue out there.

Click here for full poll results.    Fox poll

Click here for more poll results   Gallup poll

Click here for more poll results   Rasmussen poll

WHAT SAY YOU?

Source: Patriot Action Network

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