Thursday, May 17, 2012

Romney Gains In Polling

  According to a new Gallup poll, GOP president wanna-be Mitt Romney has made an 11% jump in the polling on his favorability ranking. Can you believe it? 50% of Americans have a favorable view of this clown, his highest ratings since Gallup began tracking Romney back in 2006.


Romney's increasing favorable numbers appear to be fueled by his growing popularity with Republicans and self-described independents. Among Republicans, Romney's favorable number has jumped 22 points since February to 87 percent. Meanwhile, 48 percent of independents view Romney favorably—an 11-point increase since February.

   With those numbers in mind, it’s worth noting that at present more Americans view President Obama unfavorably ( 46% ) than Romney ( 41% ).

Romney's favorable rating is two points lower than that of President Obama—which currently sits at 52 percent.

   I was actually starting to believe that the citizens of America were getting a little bit smarter than in the past. I guess that is not the case, especially among the Republican voters. It would seem that the Independent voter is also losing their mind.