Friday, July 22, 2011

How ripe is Obama for the picking? He is in a dead-heat with Mitt Romney!


Obama ripe for the picking? You know vulnerable, exposed, ready to be overtaken!

Mitt Romney, most likely an unelectable Republican presidential candidate for a variety of reasons, is currently the Republican frontrunner in the polls to win the nomination to run against Obama in the 2012 presidential election.

That status is likely to change moving forward as others enter the race, but for now that is where we stand.

Obama versus Romney head to head

In a political poll conducted by Public Policy Polling pitting Obama against Romney in a head-to-head mock election, they ended up in a tie at 45% each.

When a weak Republican candidate running against an incumbent president end in a dead heat, that bodes very well for Republican chances in 2012.

With the cards for the 2012 presidential election being dealt, if the Republicans play the hand with any level of intelligence the fight to unseat Obama is ours to win!

Some encouraging Obama stats


"Here's an important note on all of this early 2012 polling: Obama's numbers are worse than they appear to be on the surface. The vast majority of the undecideds in all of these match ups disapprove of the job Obama's doing but aren't committing to a candidate yet while they wait to see how the Republican field shakes out. For instance if you allocate the undecides based on their approval/disapprove of Obama, Romney would lead 52-48.

“There’s a very good chance Barack Obama would lose if he had to stand for reelection today,” said Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling. “This is his worst poll standing in a long time and he really needs the economy to start turning around.” (PPP)









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