Romney has two main things going for him. He leads the President 45-36 with independents. And he's also benefiting from a much more unified party with 88% of Republicans committed to voting for him while only 83% of Democrats say they'll vote for Obama.Head-To-Head: (Previous results from November 15)
Our national survey confirms the wide electability gap between Romney and the rest of the Republican candidate field. Obama leads both Newt Gingrich (49-44) and Ron Paul (46-41) by 5 points, Michele Bachmann (50-41) by 9, and Rick Perry (50-40) by 10. It continues to look like if GOP voters really want to defeat Obama they pretty much have to nominate Romney.
Mitt Romney 47% (43%) (+2)
Barack Obama 45% (46%)
Barack Obama 49% (49%)
Newt Gingrich 44% (43%) (-5)
Barack Obama 46% (47%)
Ron Paul 41% (41%) (-5)
Barack Obama 50% (50%)
Michele Bachmann 41% (39%) (-9)
Barack Obama 50% (49%)
Rick Perry 40% (39%) (-10)
PPP surveyed 700 registered voters from December 16th to 18th. The margin of error forThe crosstabs can viewed HERE.
the survey is +/-3.7%.
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