Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Rasmussen Presidential Survey: Romney beating Obama by 3, Obama beating Gingrich by 5

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, earning his highest level of support to date, has edged ahead of President Obama in a hypothetical 2012 matchup.
Head-To-Head: (from December 2) [from November 23]

Mitt Romney 45% (40%) [38%]
Barack Obama 42% (42%) [44%]
A survey of 1,000 likely voters was conducted December 8-9, 2011.  The MOE is +/-3%.
The full story is HERE.

How is Newt doing? From December 8: (results from November 30) 

Barack Obama 45% (43%)
Newt Gingrich 40% (45%) (-5)

2 comments:

Paul said...

Take that, ABRs!

leighrow said...

The fact that the media hasn't even focused in on all of Gingrich's baggage and he is still behind Romney in the General election polls is very telling. Once more and more details are released regarding Gingrich's past the lower he will go in General election polls.

Romney on the other hand is fully vetted and there is nothing out there to bring Romney down and that is why you will see more and more negative spun pieces on Romney in the MSM and politico.