Most voters still think the next president is likely to be a Republican, but belief that it’s very likely has changed little for months.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 60% of Likely U.S. Voters believe that the next president will be a Republican. Twenty-five percent (25%) considerate it unlikely that President Obama will be succeeded by a Republican. Sixteen percent (16%) aren’t sure. (To see survey question...
PhDinReality: If Obama's side is so confident of victory, then WHY did their latest fund-raising appeal use the term "if the president loses"? THESE are words that at the beginning of the year WOULD never have passed through the lips of Obama's campaign team, because Obama's team would NEVER have conceded in the slightest that Obama COULD lose. People are ALREADY voting in this election: with their CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS, with their ATTENDANCE at appearances by Obama and Biden vs. Romney and Ryan, and in OTHER ways which right now are NOT good omens for the Obama ticket.
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