Raleigh, N.C. – Connecticut voters are certain of who they want to see win the Presidential election on November 6. With 40 days until election day, President Barack Obama leads in the state by 13 points at 54%, with Mitt Romney only taking 41% of the vote. This comes with President Obama’s approval rating at 52%, while Romney’s favorability hardly compares at 41%.
When polled, Connecticut residents back Obama on all issues. 51% of residents trust Obama on issues with the economy, while only 43% trust Romney. When it comes to foreign policy, 54% trust President Obama’s decisions, while Romney compares with only 40%.