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Polls: Obama Vaults Back Into Lead

christiancon Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 12:13 PM
Tow ways to look at this or maybe three. In 1980 Reagan was getting clobbered by Carter early on and the economy sucked and everything was a mess. So it could be people arent yet engaged. Second It could be Romney DOES NOT resonate yet and may never as he does not project a conservative alternative. Third- The American public likes their freebies. I personally think all three could be factors. First off I believe the public is always LATE to these things and when engaged true views come out in the open. I also believe Romney is going to have lots of trouble with Obama and the healthcare issue is going to hurt him alot. Yet the other issue may be the most worrisome. The American public (despite the high unemployment) is not paying as high a
christiancon Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 12:16 PM
..price as the late 70's (yet) on the economy. A fed willing to print funny money continually and articficially keep interest rates low and unemployment insurance as far as the eye can see along with much more government support for people has led to a dramatic change in people's expectations for their government. This is most worrisome. I see the American people as being extremely different from 30-35 years ago. Americans may not be able any longer to handle freedom and liberty. Thats my greatest fear.
drunkaddledgasbag Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 12:26 PM
You need Iran to take some hostages. Then tell them to keep them until the day Romney is inaugurated.
Buck O'f Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 12:32 PM
Ken6226 Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 12:33 PM
Stupid conspiracy theories: the second-last resort of a desperate liberal scoundrel.
christiancon Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 12:39 PM
Yea I bet thats the bedtime story that helps explain 1980 doesnt it? Of course then you have 84 and 88 to come up with stories to explain it all away- what are those?

President Obama's re-election prospects have improved over the last week, according to a string of new polls.  The most recent swing-state survey from USA Today/Gallup fortifies last week's national CNN numbers showing the president building a statistically significant lead among women:
 

In the fifth Swing States survey taken since last fall, Obama leads Republican front-runner Mitt Romney 51%-42% among registered voters just a month after the president had trailed him by two percentage points. The biggest change came among women under 50. In mid-February, just under half of those voters supported Obama. Now...