Dueling polls give a conflicting picture on how Louisianans react to expanded gun control. But the real story emerging is how Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu’s chances at reelection are dwindling to nothing.
Louisiana’s Governor Bobby Jindal has offered general ideas that are being labeled as tax reform and what others are calling a tax revolution for the state.
According to recent poll results provided by Ron Faucheux of Clarus Inc., it appears that President Barack Obama and Democrats are in a good position with the American voters as the country faces major issues such as the fiscal cliff, social security, taxes and maintaining tax deductions.
New summary of poll numbers are out and from the information provided by Ron Faucheux of Clarus.
Are Republicans, who have for years have been under the thumbs of one of the most powerful persons in Washington DC now starting to rebel against him?
Can the GOP win another Presidential election after its candidate Mitt Romney lost against President Obama?
In 2008, Barack Obama was the first Democrat in 16 years to win both sexes, carrying women by 13 points and men by one point, for a 12-point gap. In 2012, Obama won re-election with an 11-point margin among women and losing men by 7 points, for an 18-point gap.
Before the election, if I had told you that 77 percent of voters had a negative attitude on the economy and that Mitt Romney would beat Barack Obama by 22 points among those voters, you'd think Romney would easily win the election.
As in all elections whether for US President or for grammar school class president, a post-mortem invariably is always topped off with the “blame game” or whom caused the defeat?
With US Election Day now only one full day away, based upon the numbers supplied by Ron Faucheux of Clarus, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are tied in the popular vote, however, the President has slight leads over Governor Romney in some key battleground states—Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa. Romney does lead in delegate rich Florida. He also has a commanding lead in Indiana and Montana.