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A new Pew Research Center survey published on Thursday and conducted shortly after the first presidential debate between Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney shows that the American public is divided over whether the regime changes that have taken place in the Middle East in the past couple of years will benefit the region or the United States.
Gary Johnson released a new ad on Wednesday urging Texas Congressman Ron Paul‘s supporters to vote for him on Nov. 6. The Libertarian presidential candidate believes that, with their help, he could easily garner the support of five percent (5%) of the electorate.
A new Quinnipiac University national survey conducted between Sept. 25 and Sept. 30 shows that President Barack Obama currently leads Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney by four percentage points. However, it should be noted that the number of Democrats among the participants significantly outweighed the number of Republicans (30 percent to 24 percent). In addition, 38 percent of the respondents described themselves as Independent voters.
A new Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey conducted in Colorado between Sept. 20 and Sept. 23 shows that President Barack Obama has doubled his lead over Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in the past three weeks.
A Gallup survey published this week reveals that the majority of voters still believe that the federal government is too much involved in the day-to-day activities of American individuals and businesses. The publication of the survey comes in the wake of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney‘s comments that President Barack Obama‘s voters were too dependent on government entitlements and Mr. Obama‘s remarks that U.S. citizens had “some obligations to each other.”
The Obama team is questioning Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney‘s ability to lead the nation should he defeat the incumbent president on Nov. 6. The latest attacks are focusing on Mr. Romney‘s failure to mention the Afghan conflict during his acceptance speech ten days or so ago.
Texas Congressman Ron Paul told Bloomberg Television on Thursday night that he remained “very, very skeptical” about the economic recovery following former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney‘s acceptance speech during the GOP National Convention in Tampa, Florida.
A new national poll conducted by The Associated Press and GfK between August 16 and August 20 suggests that around a quarter of registered voters have still to decide who they will be voting for on Nov. 6. With Barack Obama and presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney still in a virtual tie according to most surveys, those undecided voters may very well decide who becomes the next U.S. president.
Some members of the Romney team do not appear to have been fully briefed about the former Massachusetts governor’s budget plan. For the second time in as many days, two senior members of the Romney camp have been unable to confirm when the presumptive Republican nominee was planning to balance the federal budget.
The latest Rasmussen Reports survey conducted in Iowa on August 11 shows that presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney currently has a slight advantage over President Barack Obama. Rasmussen interviewed 500 likely voters for the polling exercise.