Rasmussen: 47% of Likely Voters Consider Barack Obama’s Political Views Extreme, Only 31% Say Mitt Romney’s Are the Same
President Barack Obama, his political minions and the MSM have tried to to paint GOP presumptive Presidential nominee Mitt Romney as extreme; however, the voters are not buying it. According to a recent Rasmussen poll, 47% likely voters consider the political views of President Obama as extreme, as opposed to only 31% who say the same about Romney. By converse, 51% of likely voters consider Romney in the political mainstream.
A bare majority of voters still considers Mitt Romney in the political mainstream, while the number who think President Obama’s views are extreme has edged up for the second month in a row. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters describe the political views of the presumptive Republican presidential candidate as mainstream. Thirty-one percent (31%) consider his views extreme. Eighteen percent (18%) are not sure.
Who is the more radical, extremist politician … voters say Barack Obama. The people also say that Barack Obama is one of the most polarizing Presidents in modern history.