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February 02, 2012


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Surprising numbers, but what's Obama's approval rating with the 9-10 % of the people undecided in his race with Governor Romney? Those undecideds will probably end up voting for the governor when and if he wins the primary, right?


Folks, it is the economy, more precisely jobs...



I would have to say that this is more favorable to the President given that people who are undecided generally go for the incumbent. Time will tell, and I would say if it were someone more popular than Romney in the state that it would be a more of a toss up but they don't like him and the verbal fauxpas's he's prone to played over and over again on the televisions of Missouri resident when the election is in full swing, things don't look good for him. There are a lot of poor people in Missouri and even if you aren't one of them, you probably know someone who is or is very close to it. Would you vote for the guy who says he's not concerned about you and/or your friends? Romney has skills for business that do not translate to public life. His supporters are finally truly seeing that.

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