Gallup Poll: Registered Voters More Likely to Vote for Generic Republican Candidate than Barack Obama 44% to 39%


Barack Obama a “One Term” President in 2012?

According to the most recent Gallup poll, 44%  of registered voters say they are more likely to vote for “the Republican Party’s candidate” and 39% for Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election. Making matters worse for Obama is that with Independents, 42% chose the generic GOP candidate, 32% chose Obama and 26% have no opinion.

It would appear that Rasmussen registered voters side with the unnamed GOP candidate over Obama as well.Does this mean that the GOP will win in 2012, no. But as stated at NRO, it certainly means that Obama is beatable.

With an economy getting worse, no job growth and a housing market that his hit the skids again, Obama will have a difficult time getting reelected when he was elected in 2008 to fix the economy. His policies have failed and so has he.

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  • Comments

    2 Responses to “Gallup Poll: Registered Voters More Likely to Vote for Generic Republican Candidate than Barack Obama 44% to 39%”

    1. A Texas Grandfather on June 16th, 2011 10:57 pm

      The people need to get rid of the worthless one and all his cohorts along with as many of the Democratic parties congress critters as possible.

      One of the problems is going to be how to prevent ballots of the dead, illegals and multiple voting by the Democratic operatives from happening.

    2. Jayne (on the left coast) on June 17th, 2011 10:46 am

      ABO Anyone but Obama

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