Thursday, July 21, 2011

Falling Behind

In horse race polling of registered voters, democratic pollster Public Policy Polling found that the undecided actually disapprove of President Obama's job performance by absolutely massive margins and, if the undecided break for the GOP candidate based on that disapproval, Mitt Romney leads Obama by the same margin George W. Bush won in 2004 and Obama is statistically tied with the other largely unknown GOP field. In an apparent nod to the fact that they were polling registered voters rather than the far more conservative likely voters, PPP admitted: "There's a very good chance Obama would lose if he had to stand for reelection today."

1 comment:

Dan Ross said...

Nice to hear, but unfortunately without much meaning for the election.

Between now and the election the Obama public relations team and the mainstream media - but I repeat myself - will have a chance to do their work.

Actually, I'm anxious to find out which of the two types of Republicans we're going to run this year. According to the MSM, all Republican presidential candidates fit into one of two categoreies, drooling idiot or evil genius.

After one of those themes gets pounded and Obama is lauded again for being his glorious self, and all the racism directed at him is "exposed" and after George W. Bush and "his" economy is resurected, we'll have another close race.