Reuters/Ipsos: Romney gains on Obama, now seen as better on several key issues
There’s an update coming, as well. But you can read the full analysis. Romney was gaining on Obama even before the recent debate.
Republican challenger Mitt Romney has argued for more than a year that he would do a better job of boosting the sluggish U.S. economy than President Barack Obama, and new polling data indicates that voters may be coming around to his point of view.
Four weeks before the November 6 U.S. election, Romney has erased Obama’s advantage on a range of pocketbook issues that are foremost on voters’ minds, according to Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll figures.