RCP Average 9/22 - 10/4 -- 46.0 45.3 Romney +0.7 Quinnipiac 9/27 - 10/3 2118 RV 46 42 Romney +4 ABC News/Wash Post 9/29 - 10/2 RV 48 46 Romney +2 Pew Research 9/22 - 10/4 1901 RV 48 48 Tie Rasmussen Reports 9/28 - 9/29 1000 LV 44 42 Romney +2 FOX News 9/25 - 9/27 925 RV 42 45 Obama +3 CNN/Opinion Research 9/23 - 9/25 917 RV 48 49 Obama +1
IMHO it is way to early aand fool hardy to say Obama won't get re-elected.
Actually the information is/was accurate when it was posted. What is funny here is that you and your little team continue to ignore the fact that MOST OF AMERICA is not happy with the job Obama is doing.
If you like him, fine. At least try to grow up enough to give us some actual example of what there is to like. I for one see a person with no leadership experience or skill that has no idea how to do anything but talk about what he wants to do. His constant blaming of the GOP is pathetic and his bills are comical at best. Most of America was willing to give him a chance, and now most of America has had enough. That is the way it works whether you feel it should or not.
The difference between 38% and 41% is trivial and you look simply pathetic trying to use that as a point of argument.
It is sad that poeple with your level of maturity and intelligence get to vote and screw things up for the rest of us.
Obama Approval Drops Back Down to 38%, Lowest of His Presidency | Red Dog Report
Please explain how you feel that mock poll information using hypothetical opponents is some kind of accurate information? Yes it is early, but nobody even has the slightest idea who will be running against Obama when the time comes. Unless Obama can pull a magic economy saving rabbit out of his hit within the next 2 years, I see that 38-41% today being all the explanation that you should need.
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It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion.
"Wealth of Nations," Book V, Chapter II, Part II, Article I, pg.911