Barack Obama is likely to win the 2012 Presidential Election, - Breaking News Allvoices

News Stories Related To: Barack Obama is likely to win the 2012 Presidential Election,

Jakarta : Indonesia | over 1 year ago  
Barack Obama is likely to win the 2012 Presidential Election, Who will win the U.S. election in November 2012? According to a poll by USA Today / Gallup between 10 to 13 May 2012, 56 percent...
    • Clear
    • Share:
    • Share
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
     
  • Read full report
   Reach     Credibility Credibility of 5
Report Your News Got a similar story?
Add it to the network!

Or add related content to this report

Related news stories

  • Obama, Romney duel over climate change in online debate

      Los Angeles Times | over 1 year ago
    At the Republican National Convention last week and in at least one stump speech over the weekend, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney used climate change as a laugh line ridiculing President Obama's priorities. But in comments to the...
  • Virginia Ballot Decision Poses Risk for Romney

      Asian Wall Street Journal | over 1 year ago
    Virginia election officials placed a former Republican congressman on the November ballot as a minor-party candidate for president, in a potentially worrisome development for Mitt Romney. Former Rep. Virgil Goode won a ballot place as the...
  • Obama looks to navigate through sluggish economy

      Associated Press | over 1 year ago
    Within hours of President Barack Obama's convention speech, the government will issue a jobs report for August. In a campaign defined by the economy, that is no small intersection of events. For Obama, the challenge is to make a case to the public...
  • Opinion: A prescription for a new stalemate

      Passaic Valley Today | over 1 year ago
    The Associated Press asked President Obama a good question recently. If Obama wins reelection, Feller said, Republicans are still likely to have a majority in the House...Why wouldn't a voter look at that and say that's a recipe for stalemate?...
  • Divide and Conquer

      Canadian Free Press | over 1 year ago
    But for the past four years, this president has either blamed his predecessor, President George W. Bush, for his woes, or practiced class warfare par excellence. He has pitted different segments of society against others, as he cleverly demonized one...
  • Julian Castro targets minority voters. Could they swing election for Dems?

      The Christian Science Monitor | over 1 year ago
    Julian Castro, mayor of San Antonio, Texas, will become the first Latino keynote speaker in Democratic convention history Tuesday. The choice speaks to President Obama's need to win Latino voters particularly in battleground states like Nevada and...
  • Romney campaign, RNC raise $100 million in August

      The Tribune | over 1 year ago
    The numbers were revealed on the first day of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., where delegates will nominate Obama for a second term. Federal records show that Romney and the GOP have pulled in more cash than Obama's reelection...
  • FiveThirtyEight: In North Carolina, Obama's 2008 Victory Was Ahead of ...

      The New York Times | over 1 year ago
    Recent Posts September 04 The new economy in North Carolina has made the state more competitive, but it still leans Republican...What's trickier to figure is whether the increase failed to live up to reasonable expectations. September 03 It's...
  • Obama vs. Romney 101: 5 ways they differ on taxes

      Christian Science Monitor | over 1 year ago
    5 ways they differ on taxes President Obama and challenger Mitt Romney agree on the need fundamentally to overhaul the federal tax code: that is, to produce a simpler tax system with lower rates. But they disagree on whether tax reform should also...
  • As Good As Bob Dole: Romney Gets Minimal Convention Boost

      International Business Times | over 1 year ago
    Share This Story Presidential candidates from the two main political parties typically see a brief surge in popularity after their party conventions, and Gallup found that Romney's two-point boost was the lowest of any convention since 1992, although...
  • Romneya€™s RNC speech gets lowest poll rating since 1996

      Zee News | over 1 year ago
    12 Washington: GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's speech at the Republican National Convention in Tampa has received the lowest score than any Presidential candidate's convention speech since 1996, a new poll has revealed.
  • President says GOP creating 'fictional' Obama

      Arizona Republic | over 1 year ago
    President Barack Obama says Republicans are creating a "fictional Barack Obama" during the White House campaign by misrepresenting his positions and words. Obama says GOP rival Mitt Romney has made disputed allegations the "centerpieces" of his...
  • What Arnold Schwarzenegger can teach about the presidential campaign

      Los Angeles Times | over 1 year ago
    The same is said today about Obama; polls and focus groups have repeatedly turned up the same result, and that explains the more-sorrow-than-anger tone Mitt Romney , the GOP nominee, adopted in last week's acceptance speech. Karl Rove , no less,...
  • Polls: Romney gets little or no convention bounce

      Boston Globe | over 1 year ago
    A Reuters/Ipsos poll released Sunday showed Romney erased a 4-point deficit during his convention and is now tied with President Obama at 45 percent. But Gallup's daily tracking poll on Sunday showed Romney had lost 2 points to the president, since...
  • Mitt Romney convention speech 'worst received since polls began'

      Mail Online UK | over 1 year ago
    3 September 2012 Mitt Romney's Republican acceptance speech has received the least favourable reception from Americans of any of the eight speeches by party nominees since Gallup began polling on them in 1996. According to Gallup, just 38 per cent...
  • Obama says Romney would bring a 'losing season'

      SF Gate | over 1 year ago
    Ohio (AP) President Barack Obama is telling union workers in Ohio that Mitt Romney would guide the nation to a "losing season," using a sports metaphor to insist that voters should take his opponent's plan and "punt it away." The president was...
  • Gallup: GOP convention had 'minimal impact' on voter attitudes

      The Tribune | over 1 year ago
    Gallup tracks sentiment towards Republican nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama daily. The Republican convention met last Monday through Thursday, with Romney delivering his acceptance speech Thursday night. Gallup found its polling "showed...
  • Gallup: No convention bounce for Romney

      USA Today | over 1 year ago
    It doesn't look like Mitt Romney's poll position improved after last week's Republican national convention. Recent daily tracking poll averages nationwide put President Obama at 47% and Romney at 46%, according to Gallup . "We have been monitoring...
  • In convention warm-up, Obama sees economic gains

      Seattle Times | over 1 year ago
    Originally published Monday, September 3, 2012 at 5:24 AM Labor Day jobs debate a convention warm-up Republicans and Democrats jockeyed for economic high ground in a Labor Day warm-up to the Democratic National Convention, with Republican Mitt Romney...
  • Obama Campaign Sends Supporters an E-Mail from John Kerry on GOP 'Smear Ads'...

      Newsbusters | over 1 year ago
    As the GOP convention wrapped up, the Obama-Biden reelection team sent out a fundraising e-mail Thursday with an appeal from 2004 Democratic nominee John Kerry, claiming that conservatives and Republicans may spend more than 40 times as much money on...
  • Romney's empty suit vs Obama's empty chair

      Spiked | over 1 year ago
    The campaign to re-elect President Obama has spent the entire summer attacking Republican candidate Mitt Romney in personal terms. According to the Obama camp's outlook, Romney is a financial bloodsucker who spent his career destroying companies for...
  • New Obama ad makes middle-class appeal

      The Tribune | over 1 year ago
    A lesson from '2016' Carol Kiessig ( Letters , Aug. 28) praises the new GOP propaganda film railing against President Obama as a non-American socialist. Recently, Mitt Romney tried to burnish this bit of character assassination further by quipping...
  • Obama ad says Romney doesn't understand 'heavy load' middle class is ...

      Star Tribune | over 1 year ago
    President Barack Obama's campaign is running a new television ad claiming Republican Mitt Romney's policies would "hit the middle class harder." The ad says Romney wants to extend tax cuts for millionaires at the expense of middle-income earners.
  • Obama's Labor Day: Politics, presence in the Gulf

      SF Gate | over 1 year ago
    Ohio (AP) Barreling through the presidential campaign's competitive states, President Barack Obama will detour deep in the South on Labor Day, long enough to offer a presence and promises of help to those flooded out by Hurricane Isaac. Obama will...
  • Obama facing mounting questions over ���you didn���t build that��� remark

      Washington Post | over 1 year ago
    The Obama team feels that it has effectively dealt with the build that attacks and that the issue is overblown the drill, baby, drill of 2012, a rallying cry for the right but ultimately one with limited appeal with the broader electorate...Obama has...
  • Poll: Obama, Romney tied as DNC approaches

      Boston Globe | over 1 year ago
    The presidential race is deadlocked, the survey showed, with both candidates enjoying 45-percent support among likely voters nationwide. In a survey taken a week ago, before the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Romney trailed Obama by 4...
  • Romney camp touts Legion speech, disputing Dems' claims he ignored wars

      Fox News | over 1 year ago
    FoxNews.com Mitt Romney continued to take flak from Democrats over the weekend for not mentioning war in his nomination acceptance speech. But the Republican campaign was quick to point out what critics seemed to be ignoring Romney spent the day...
  • Obama tells students: 'Don't boo. Vote.'

      Kansas City Star | over 1 year ago
    President Barack Obama has a message for college students who don't like Republican Mitt Romney: "Don't boo. Vote."The Democratic candidate on Sunday took his campaign message to the University of Colorado in Boulder, a liberal enclave in a state...
  • Barack Obama: the president who fell to earth | Editorial

      The Guardian | over 1 year ago
    Editorial Barack Obama has a foe more potent than Mitt Romney ...Scaremongering about a Republican candidate who will send America back to the age of black and white television will not be enough. Whining about the economic hand he was dealt will not...
  • Obama vs. Romney 101: 4 ways they differ on gay issues

      Christian Science Monitor | over 1 year ago
    4 ways they differ on gay issues Barack Obama made history on May 9 when he became the first sitting US president to declare support for same-sex marriage.
  • The Caucus: Mormon Says Romneys Are Leading Church Into Mainstream

      The New York Times | over 1 year ago
    Archive Recent Posts September 02 The Mormon church is gaining widespread acceptance in part because of Mitt Romney, another prominent Mormon says. September 02 President Obama's aides say accuse the Republicans of "lies" after their convention, but...
  • Obama aide counters Romney on economy

      United Press International | over 1 year ago
    A senior adviser to President Obama said Americans would be a lot worse off than they were four years ago if Republican economic policies were still in effect. David Plouffe told ABC's "This Week" Mitt Romney and the Republicans were still married to...
  • Obama, Romney snipe as Democratic National Convention nears

      Christian Science Monitor | over 1 year ago
    Republican Mitt Romney cast President Barack Obama as a failed coach of a struggling team as he sought to capitalize on momentum coming out of his party's convention. Obama dismissed the GOP gathering as an event suited to the era of black-and-white...
  • Barack Obama and Mitt Romney continue campaigning during break in ...

      The Guardian | over 1 year ago
    In Iowa Obama argued that the Republican national convention didn't offer 'a single new idea'. Meanwhile in Ohio Romney gave one of his more passionate appeals saying 'America is going to come roaring back'
  • Occupy Obama: A Communique from Occupy Chicago

      Disinfo.com | over 1 year ago
    Again and again we are presented with two options whose solutions for the world fail to address even our most basic of needs. The situation is so dire that we are often told to select the lesser of two evils without even the slightest hint of humor,...
  • Romney Trails Obama Again After RNC Popularity Bounce: Poll

      International Business Times | over 1 year ago
    Republican Party presidential nominee Mitt Romney's popularity boost during the Republican National Convention looks to be over, according to the new Reuters/Ipsos poll . After leading President Barack Obama by two percentage points on Thursday...
  • The Caucus: In a Post-Convention Bump, Romney Draws Huge Crowds in ...

      The New York Times | over 1 year ago
    Archive Recent Posts September 01 In Cincinnati, a crowd of thousands cheered Mitt Romney at a rally on Saturday during the start of a cross-country campaign swing. September 01 With his party's nominating convention approaching, President Obama...
  • Obama: Romney, GOP offering only well-worn ideas

      Austin America-Statesman/Texas Longhorns | over 1 year ago
    Iowa President Barack Obama says Mitt Romney and the Republican Party are offering outdated ideas that are ill-suited for the United States today and in the future, and that the GOP doesn't have the answers to move the country forward. The Democratic...
  • Obama: GOP voters ‘often agree with me'

      The Hill | over 1 year ago
    The president said most of the positions taken by his administration have earned bipartisan support in the past, naming his signature healthcare reform legislation as an example. He said he expected to reach out to Republican voters to push party...
  • Mitt Romney promotes agenda for 'winning season'

      SF Gate | over 1 year ago
    Mitt Romney is promoting an agenda that he says will bring "a winning season" back to the country. The Republican presidential nominee wants to develop natural resources that will help make the U.S. energy independent. He wants to open new markets...
  • Saturday's live events

      CNN Blog | over 1 year ago
    The Republicans have had their say, and now it's time for the Democrats to hold their national convention.  Watch CNN.com Live for gavel-to-gavel coverage...Romney in Ohio - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney begins his day in Ohio, where...
  • Mitt Romney's policy plans short on details

      Los Angeles Times | over 1 year ago
    As he has campaigned for president, Mitt Romney has made one thing clear: In his first term he would try to dramatically shrink the size of government to wean Americans from what he views as too much reliance on the federal government for basic...
  • Mitt Romney's speech fails to deliver

      Daily News & Analysis | over 1 year ago
    Four years ago, after accepting that John McCain was going to beat him to the 2008 Republican nomination, Mitt Romney returned to Boston and the drawing board, determined to rebuild his political career from the bottom up. "I've run for office three...
  • As Mass. governor, Romney took tougher line on welfare, pushed to require ...

      Star Tribune | over 1 year ago
    Mitt Romney is trying to gain an edge in the presidential contest with the disputed charge that President Barack Obama is giving welfare recipients a free ride. To sharpen that argument, Romney points to a record of pushing for tighter welfare rules...
  • ‘Despite economic and other challenges, Obama has edge over Romney'

      Russia Today | over 1 year ago
    Mitt Romney is now the Republican Party's official candidate for president, and Barack Obama is all but certain to become the Democratic nominee next week. RT discussed the race for the White House with scholar and researcher Ivan Eland...Ivan Eland:...
  • Romney is Republican nominee for US president, blasts Obama

      Inquirer.net | over 1 year ago
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (right) and vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan wave from the stage on the final day of the Republican National Convention. Romney accepted the Republican presidential nomination on Thursday by making a...
  • Think again. In a few months it could be President Romney | Jonathan ...

      The Guardian | over 1 year ago
    Rex If you're outside the United States, in Britain say, the last time you checked in Mitt Romney was the privileged, h apless candidate born with a silver foot in his mouth who had managed to screw up what should have been the easiest possible...
  • Rupert Cornwell: The thrill of 2008 is dead and I can see Mitt Romney in ...

      The Independent | over 1 year ago
    News in pictures Opinion blogs This week a report has been released illustrating a new facet of potential harm from cannabis. A report released this week by leading water scientists warns that there could be catastrophic globa... It finally happened...
  • Tax The Rich More? Great Britain Now Weighing An American Question

      International Business Times | over 1 year ago
    According to the average American, the wealthy ought to be paying more taxes. Those are the results of a poll released by the Pew Research Center this week. Nearly six out of every 10 people surveyed said that the rich paid too little in taxes --...
  • Romney asks US to 'turn page,' plans Gulf visit

      Austin America-Statesman/Texas Longhorns | over 1 year ago
    Mitt Romney is making the first stop of his fall campaign for the White House a visit to hurricane-damage Louisiana, hoping to convince Americans he is not just the right man to fix the economy but an all-around leader for the nation. President...


Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.