According to stats from Ron Faucheux’s, President of Clarus, in his “Lunchtime Politics” report, President Barack Obama leads in the battleground states, however, Mitt Romney tops Obama in the polls nationally by 2 percent.
This is part II of a discussion with Bernie Pinsonat, President of Southern Media and Opinion Research, Inc, (SMOR) to discuss the differences between his and another poll that resulted in significant variances in outcomes.
Which candidate would be a better president for U.S. women--Obama or Romney?
The democrats believe they have the “leg up” on women’s issues claiming Romney has flip-flopped all over the place on the issue of “choice” with his now saying he is solidly pro-life although admittedly being pro-choice before being pro-life.
Ron Faucheux, President of Clarus Inc. has released its daily “Lunchtime Politics” email showing that President Obama’s approval remains at 49% from Wednesday and is two points below Republican candidate Mitt Romney in the Presidential race.
Recently, various Louisiana political observers were confused how two polls focused upon some of the same issues and released within one week of each other could be so different in their results.
We have all heard suggestions that we should take some time off now and then. And just as frequently, we usually thank the one who suggested it as we plow forward with whatever task, job or mission that consumes us. But the past two weeks have convinced me that a little time off isn't a bad thing.
The second presidential debate did little to shed new light on either candidate. For President Obama he gave his campaign stump speech in answer to every question he was asked. Mitt Romney gave his most compelling argument in favor of defeating the president by saying the American people can do better.