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According the the latest Rasummssen Poll since the first presidential debate, Romney now leads the 2012 presidential race by 49% to Obama’s 47% See Rasmussen Reports.
Here’s what doesn’t make sense to me. In another Rasmussen survey:
“… 54% of Likely U.S. Voters favor repeal of the health care law, while 39% oppose it.”
Do people really believe that a vote for Obama would ever, in their wildest imaginiations, lead to a repeal of OBAMAcare?
And in another Rasmussen survey:
“64% of Adults think there are too many Americans dependent on the government for financial aid. Just 10% think not enough Americans are dependent on the government, while 16% say the level of dependency is about right.”
If Obama is re-elected, do Americans really believe dependency will go down?
And yet, another Rasmussen survey that conflicts wtih the presidential race poll:
“83% of American Adults favor a work requirement as a condition for receiving welfare aid. Just seven percent (7%) oppose such a requirement, while 10% are undecided.”
It was President Obama who got rid of the work requirement for welfare. Do Americans really think that by re-electing Obama that he’s going to have an epiphany and reverse himself?
Here is my unscientific opinion of what Obama is only losing by a few percentage points:
Americans are not tuned in to what’s going on. They don’t realize that what they want, as a majority, is what they’ll get with Romney… and they most certainly will NOT get what they want with Obama.
If all of these polls, including the latest national presidential race poll numbers, are correct, then Americans are indeed