Wednesday, December 14, 2011

USA Today/Gallup Poll: Romney does best against Obama Nationally and in Swing States than Gingrich

Head-To-Head [National]:

Barack Obama 47%
Mitt Romney 46% (-1)

Barack Obama 50%

Newt Gingrich 44% (-6)

Head-To-Head [Swing States of The states include Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin.]:

Mitt Romney 48% (+5)

Barack Obama 43%

Newt Gingrich 48% (+3)
Barack Obama 45%
The swing state results are from Nov. 30-Dec. 7 Gallup Daily tracking of registered voters in 12 states. The National from Dec 6-7. The Swing state results were from 1132 registered voters with a MOE of +/-4%. The national results were from 883 registered voters with a MOE of +/-4%.

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Anonymous said...

This poll says it all.

Lionhead said...

At this point in time it does. These polls are very noisy on a daily basis. One wants to see a steady trend up or down rather than spikes.

Of more importance, is this Gallup poll which shows the broad consensus against the big gov't progressives. People are feed up with their pie in the sky ideas. The trend is clear & unambiguous. Newt, Mitt, et al, do you want to win the nomination? Start abandoning your progressive ideas, renounce your views & policies, and beg the public that you will do whatever is necessary to immediately shrink the gov't & the associated spending. Shake off the curse of progressiveness.

Lionhead said...

The 'pot' calls the 'kettle' black in another example of the bubbling internal warfare amongst the "Big 2" progressives. Here's Mitt's attack add on Newt:

Again, if either wants the nomination, come clean, renounce progressivism & come back to mainstream voter views. The seeds have been sown.

Anonymous said...

Obama+Newt+Romney=Status Quo. Oh, another election with predetermined results...

leighrow said...

Someone tell me when Mitt embraced a platform of progressivism? There was a video where he said the word progressive which to me meant moving forward....I never have seen Romney as an FDR and Wilson loving tool.Gingrich yes,Romney no.
The MA state healthcare was what his citizens(87percent liberal)wanted. Romney couldn't go against the legislature because his vetoes would simply be overridden....and they were, 800 times.

Romney was only a state governor for 4 yrs and he spent decades in the private sector making millions turning around how does his actions and history make him a progressive?

To me he is a successful capitalist who believes in the free market.