Changes in the presidential race? A new poll conducted for The Hill by Pulse Opinion Research found likely voters rating Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney higher than President Obama on several key likeability issues.
Were polling flaws or statistics responsible for the recent Bloomberg poll showing an Obama lead of 13 points over Romney? Just what is a statistical outlier, anyway?
Could Romney beat Obama? A hypothetical 2012 presidential matchup between likely GOP nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama has Romney leading, 48 percent to 44 percent. The poll was based on Rasmussen Tracking Reports, a 3-day rolling average of figures gathered from likely voters. This poll represents the largest advantage for Romney recorded by […]
Independent voters in swing states currently prefer President Obama over Mitt Romney, according to a USA Today/Gallup poll conducted in 12 swing states from March 20-26, 2012. Swing state Independents indicated they’d most likely vote for Romney last year, but their preferences seemed to have shifted, as the Gallup poll had 48 percent selecting Obama […]
Is Obama’s re-election inevitable? Forty-nine percent of registered voters would re-elect President Obama if given the opportunity today, according to Gallup daily tracking polling released April 2, 2012. Mitt Romney, the likely Republican challenger, received 45 percent of the vote in Gallup’s hypothetical matchup. The difference between the two candidates is within the 4 point […]