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Americans See Obama as Solid Favorite to Win Election

Americans See Obama as Solid Favorite to Win Election

PRINCETON, NJ — Fifty-six percent of Americans think Barack Obama will win the 2012 presidential election, compared with 36% who think Mitt Romney will win. Democrats are more likely to believe that Obama will win than Republicans are to believe Romney will. Independents are nearly twice as likely to think that Obama, rather than Romney, will prevail. See all election 2012 data The results are based on a May 10-13 […]

The Nation: Who Will Avert A Euro Collapse?

The Nation: Who Will Avert A Euro Collapse?

Enlarge Franck Fife/AFP/GettyImages Supporters of Francois Hollande celebrate at Place de la Bastille in Paris on May 6, 2012 after the announcement of his victory. His win also made some supporters of austerity nervous for the future of the EU’s stability. Franck Fife/AFP/GettyImages Supporters of Francois Hollande celebrate at Place de la Bastille in Paris on May 6, 2012 after the announcement of his victory. His win also made some […]

Daily Kos Elections Polling Wrap: Rasmussen versus the world

Daily Kos Elections Polling Wrap: Rasmussen versus the world

Skip to main content News, Community, Action Profile Diaries (list) Stream Fri May 11, 2012 at 05:00 PM PDT Daily Kos Elections Polling Wrap: Rasmussen versus the world by Steve SingiserFollow for Daily Kos Elections Rasmussen’s status as an infallible pollster to the right, and a inevitable source of derision to the left, has been well established for years. But, looking at some of their recent polling (most notably, their […]

Rasmussen Poll: Momentous Breakthrough for Romney

Rasmussen Poll: Momentous Breakthrough for Romney

Mitt Romney surged to his largest opinion poll lead yet in the presidential race on Friday, two days after President Barack Obama came out in favor of gay marriage. The GOP challenger reached 50 percent support for the first time in the Rasmussen Reports daily tracking poll. That put him ahead of Obama among likely voters by seven percentage points. The poll, released on Friday, showed a three-point swing to […]

Rasmussen Poll: Momentous Breakthrough for Romney

Rasmussen Poll: Momentous Breakthrough for Romney

Mitt Romney surged to his largest opinion poll lead yet in the presidential race on Friday, two days after President Barack Obama came out in favor of gay marriage. The GOP challenger reached 50 percent support for the first time in the Rasmussen Reports daily tracking poll. That put him ahead of Obama among likely voters by seven percentage points. The poll, released on Friday, showed a three-point swing to […]

Rasmussen daily tracking poll gives Romney his best lead yet

Rasmussen daily tracking poll gives Romney his best lead yet

A bad jobs report and an evolution out of the mainstream didn’t do any favors for Barack Obama’s standing in the presidential race against Mitt Romney.  Rasmussen’s daily tracking poll shows Obama dropping back seven points in the three-day rolling average, while Romney hits the 50% mark for the first time: The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows Mitt Romney earning 50% of the vote and President […]