Post debate Pew Research poll: What does it tell us? - Breaking News Allvoices

News Stories Related To: Post debate Pew Research poll: What does it tell us?

Washington : DC : USA | over 1 year ago  
The Obama campaign for the past few months has been very effective in painting Mitt Romney as a heartless rich guy, who outsources jobs to China and has shut down American businesses...
    • 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

  • WH defends Biden on Libya

      USA Today | over 1 year ago
    The White House is defending Vice President Biden for his debate statement that "we weren't told" about requests for more security at a U.S. consulate in Libya before the attack that killed ambassador Christopher Stevens and three others. Press...
  • Romney, Mormonism, and the Faiths of U.S. Presidents

      Pop Crunch | over 1 year ago
    Presidents With Romney's recent rise in the polls after a night of debate dominance, the election is now a serious race. What seemed like an inevitable win for President Obama is no longer so clear. But do people really have any idea who Romney is or...
  • The two big reasons for Obama's troubles

      Daily Nation | over 1 year ago
    Those words came across my message screen from a worried reader in Brazil. But it might have been from Kenya, Uganda or from one of the billions of citizens across the world that are hoping for the president to be re-elected. As in past years, the...
  • The Caucus: TiVo Data Show Viewing Habits of Republicans and Democrats

      The New York Times | over 1 year ago
    Archive Recent Posts October 12 Television viewership data showed that Republicans tend to shun network news, while CNN tends to draw independent voters. October 12 Debate: Did the vice president help or hurt his case with his animated display of...
  • Mitt Romney BEATING Obama in RealClearPolitics national poll average for ...

      Mail Online UK | over 1 year ago
    All but one national poll using data gathered since the first presidential debate in Denver has Romney in the lead.  Ironically, the only exceptions is the Rasmussen tracking poll, which liberals frequently accuse of having a conservative bias.
  • Poll finds Romney gaining in Michigan

      United Press International | over 1 year ago
    A new poll suggests President Barack Obama 's once significant lead over Mitt Romney in Michigan may be slipping. A survey conducted in the state in the days after the first of three debates held between the two presidential candidates showed a sharp...
  • Obama taunts Romney for 'makeover'

      United Press International | over 1 year ago
    President Barack Obama at the University of Miami, BankUnited Center in Coral Gables, Florida on October 11, 2012. Fla., Oct. 11 (UPI) -- President Obama told a crowd at the University of Miami Thursday Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is...
  • TV dominates debate coverage but 'dual-screeners' on rise

      Los Angeles Times | over 1 year ago
    A new-media company with a plucky name promised to deliver real time reaction to the first presidential debate. The techies would tabulate reaction tapped into handheld devices, instantly measuring how Mitt Romney and President Obama performed. That...
  • 522,719 presidential votes cast so far: Is Mitt Romney holding his own?

      The Christian Science Monitor | over 1 year ago
    The Romney campaign aims to block President Obama from getting too far out in front in early voting, as he did in 2008 against John McCain...Riding a wave of building enthusiasm and favorable post-debate polling swings, GOP presidential candidate...
  • Poll: Romney takes slight lead over Obama

      Yedioth Ahronoth | over 1 year ago
    Romney takes slight lead over Obama Republican challenger Mitt Romney has pulled ahead of President Barack Obama in the race for the White House for the first time in more than a month and leads 45% to 44% among likely voters, according to a Reuters/...
  • Swing state polls echo national trend: Mitt Romney on the rise

      The Christian Science Monitor | over 1 year ago
    Washington A slew of battleground-state polls out Thursday shows a presidential race that has tightened in several key states, echoing national polls that show a bounce for Republican Mitt Romney after his strong debate performance Oct. 3.
  • As Democrats cry foul, 'Moderate Mitt' rises in po...

      Indian Express | over 1 year ago
    58 hrs Not long ago, Republican Mitt Romney's crowds on the campaign trail were mostly in the hundreds, he was fading in the polls and his calls to create jobs by limiting government's reach seemed overrun by his own missteps.
  • Race Tightens in Two States

      Asian Wall Street Journal | over 1 year ago
    Mitt Romney is deadlocked with President Barack Obama in two key battlegroundsFlorida and Virginiawhile still behind in Ohio, according to new polls taken after the Republican's strong performance in the first presidential debate. Mr. Romney gained...
  • Romney leads against Obama after first debate

      The Hindu | over 1 year ago
    Washington, October 11, 2012 AP The Fox News said Mitt Romney's edge comes mainly from independents, white voters and men. File Photo Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney who now holds narrow advantage after the first presidential debate has...
  • One bad game but confident of winning: Obama

      Indian Express | over 1 year ago
    It's not the first time," Obama told the ABC news in in his first televised interview since the presidential debate in Denver on October 3. Obama will now face Romney in the second of the three presidential debates on October 16 in New York. I think...
  • Obama To Sawyer: I'll Do Better Next Time

      International Business Times | over 1 year ago
    President Barack Obama promised a better debate performance when he faces Mitt Romney again next week, in an interview with ABC News' Diane Sawyer Wednesday night. He also said Romney's sales pitch conceals his true views. "Governor Romney had a good...
  • Tribune/WGN poll: Race tightens elsewhere, but not Illinois

      Chicago Tribune | over 1 year ago
    With national surveys showing the contest between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney tightening, a new Tribune/WGN-TV poll shows the home-state president retains a comfortable advantage in Illinois even though the economy has drained...
  • Obama admits having 'bad night' but denies debate changed race's '...

      Fox News | over 1 year ago
    FoxNews.com President Obama is admitting what most of the country already had concluded about the first presidential debate: "I had a bad night." Obama, trying to bounce back after his lackluster performance last week in the debate against Mitt...
  • Romney Up 46%-45% In Fox Poll; Gallup Tied

      International Business Times | over 1 year ago
    Yet another poll shows Mitt Romney overtaking President Barack Obama after last week's debate. A  Fox News national poll of likely voters released Wednesday has the Republican leading 46 to 45 percent.   That's a six-point turnaround and a three-...
  • Fox News poll: Romney erases Obama's lead nationally after first debate

      Fox News | over 1 year ago
    Mitt Romney now holds a narrow advantage over Barack Obama in the race for the White House -- 46 percent to 45 percent, if the election were held today, according to a Fox News national poll of likely voters released Wednesday .   That's a six-point...
  • From Big Bird To Benghazi, Obama's Lack Of Readiness

      International Business Times | over 1 year ago
    Sesame Street's Big Bird.  Whether Big Bird really needs tax dollars to survive -- is that really what this election has come down to for President Barack Obama? The Obama campaign produced a costly anti-Romney TV attack ad featuring the big yellow...
  • NYT mag moves ahead with 'timid' Romney story -- despite debate performance

      Fox News | over 1 year ago
    FoxNews.com While widely accepted by even liberal pundits that not only did Mitt Romney dominate last week's debate but he pushed the race into a virtual tie, you'd never know it by reading the latest New York Times Sunday Magazine piece -- which...
  • The Romney Resurrection and India

      Indian Express | over 1 year ago
    That sounds truer than ever as we look at the dramatic turn in the political fortunes of Mitt Romney, the Republican contender for American Presidency in the US elections. A week ago, the talk was all about the implosion of the Romney campaign. Some...
  • Dems on edge amid debate fallout, but Obama campaign says key factors still ...

      Star Tribune | over 1 year ago
    It's more than President Barack Obama's lackluster debate performance that has some Democrats on edge less than a month from Election Day. Party loyalists fret that Obama's campaign has been slow to rebound after Republican Mitt Romney's commanding...
  • Romney v Obama: mixed signals from polls indicate a race too close to call |...

      The Guardian | over 1 year ago
    Democrats face an enthusiasm gap, with 'likely voter' polling showing better for Romney than Obama. Photograph: Larry Downing/Reuters Tuesday was yet another wild day in the world of polling. The immediate picture is that it was mostly good news for...
  • Romney leads Obama in polls as Prez race nears

      Zee News | over 1 year ago
    32 Washington: With his impressive performance during the last week's debates, the Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has taken a lead of less than a per cent over US President Barack Obama, major national surveys have said.
  • Romney promises no abortion legislation

      Associated Press | over 1 year ago
    Mitt Romney says he won't pursue any abortion legislation if elected president. The Republican presidential nominee tells the Des Moines Register on Tuesday that, quote, "There's no legislation with regards to abortion that I'm familiar with that...
  • Romney shrugs off Big Bird attacks as a distraction

      Los Angeles Times | over 1 year ago
    Iowa Big Bird has gotten a lot of attention from the Obama campaign in recent days the president's supporters have shadowed Romney in Big Bird costumes and his campaign cut a spot criticizing Romney for vowing to cut funding for public television (...
  • Romney ahead of Obama after prez debate boost

      The Hindustan Times | over 1 year ago
    The Republican challenger had the support of 49% of likely voters if elections were hold today, to Obama's 45%, according to Pew survey findings released Monday...It was supposed to be a do-or-die situation for him, coming at a particularly low point...
  • Gallup: Romney ahead nationally in first survey of likely voters

      The Hill | over 1 year ago
    Among registered voters, which Gallup has been tracking all year, Obama maintains an advantage of 3 percentage points over Romney, 49 to 46 percent. Gallup polls only registered voters early in the cycle, but as Election Day nears, it prods for more...
  • Trio of Presidential Polls Show Race at Statistical Deadheat in Ohio

      The New York Observer | over 1 year ago
    With both presidential candidates campaigning in Ohio today, three new polls show the race has reached a statistical deadheat in the battleground Buckeye State. Ohio is of paramount importance because the state awards 18 electoral votes to the...
  • The Caucus: Romney Reveals That He Met Former Navy SEAL Killed in Libya

      The New York Times | over 1 year ago
    Archive Recent Posts October 09 Jack Welch, the former chief executive of General Electric, said Tuesday that he would no longer write for Fortune magazine. October 09 Members of the Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Action Fund dressed in "...
  • Polls: How big a bounce did Mitt Romney get from the debate?

      Christian Science Monitor | over 1 year ago
    A poll from the Pew Research Center is the best news yet for Mitt Romney, putting him ahead of President Obama by four percentage points among likely voters...Forget the conventional wisdom that debates don't really make a difference. Last Wednesday'...
  • US politics: Pew poll finds Romney edges ahead of Obama after debate

      GMA News | over 1 year ago
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's strong performance in last week's debate helped him pull ahead of President Barack Obama, a Pew Research Center poll showed on Monday.   Likely voters favored Romney in the presidential race by 49...
  • The Caucus: A Move Toward Romney in Polls, but Will It Last?

      The New York Times | over 1 year ago
    Archive Recent Posts October 09 The biggest secret of the election is that the candidates basically agree about the economy, writes Adam Davidson in this week's New York Times Magazine. The October 09 The sizable shift toward Mitt Romney after the...
  • Romney erases Obama advantage among women in new poll

      Fox News | over 1 year ago
    FoxNews.com Mitt Romney's post-debate surge appears to have all but wiped out President Obama's once double-digit lead among women voters.  A new Pew Research Center survey depicted a remarkable swing in the numbers, with Romney pulling even among...
  • Romney gets a post debate boost

      Zee News | over 1 year ago
    Last week's first presidential debate in which Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney bested President Obama by most accounts has given him a boost, according to two new national polls. According to a Pew Research Centre survey conducted Oct...
  • Dramatic Change in Polls Puts Obama Behind 8-Ball

      Israel National News | over 1 year ago
    The dramatic change follows last week's debate, in which Obama was viewed as a failure, but also follows a surprisingly large drop in the jobless rate, a point that favors Obama. Other polls also show that Romney's popularity has risen to the point...
  • Romney has gained ground against Obama after Oct 4 debate

      Indian Express | over 1 year ago
    While Romney leads Obama by four per cent among likely voters in a Pew Poll released yesterday, the Gallup Poll said registered voters' preferences for Obama are evenly split in the first three days of its tracking since the presidential debate on...
  • Mitt Romney's 52-point debate victory over Obama the biggest in Gallup poll ...

      Mail Online UK | over 1 year ago
    Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney reaches to shakes hands after speaking at a campaign rally in a downpour in Newport News, Virginia Bounce: The Romney campaign has been invigorated since last week's debate. Here the presidential hopeful...
  • Post-debate bounce proves big for Romney, according to new polls

      Charlotte Observer Online | over 1 year ago
    Monday, Oct. 08, 2012 More Information Mitt Romney's commanding performance on the debate stage last week has generated a significant bounce for his presidential candidacy, according to national polls released Monday. The Republican nominee opened up...
  • Obama, Romney hone strategies as race tightens

      The Dallas Morning News | over 1 year ago
    As the White House race shows signs of tightening nationally, President Barack Obama's campaign is banking on a massive get-out-the-vote operation and state-by-state shades of economic improvement to maintain its apparent polling edge in...
  • Game on! Here comes Romney's post-debate poll bump

      Seattle Post Intelligencer | over 1 year ago
    We're starting to see the first major polls roll in post-Mitt Romney's well-received debate performance last week and there's a lot of smiles in Mittland after Monday's poll from th e well-respected Pew Research Center showing Mitt up 49 percent to...
  • Romney flashes confidence, attacks Obama on Syria

      Taiwan News | over 1 year ago
    Republican Mitt Romney, flashing new confidence on the campaign trail as polls showed him gaining ground in a tight race, assailed President Barack Obama 's leadership in the Middle East and declared the U.S. must join other nations in helping arm...
  • Polls indicate post-debate bounce for Romney

      Inquirer.net | over 1 year ago
    Mitt Romney got a poll boost from his strong debate performance against President Barack Obama but it is too early to know how significant or lasting the bounce for the Republican challenger will be. Gallup's September 30-October 6 poll of registered...
  • Romney gains four-point lead over Obama in Pew post-debate poll

      The Guardian | over 1 year ago
    New York 'Republicans come out of the TV debate very energised', said Carroll Doherty, Pew Research Center's associate director. Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images The storm clouds gathering over President Obama's bid for re-election have...
  • Four! Mitt Romney Leads Obama, 49-45

      Vanity Fair | over 1 year ago
    October 8 2012 It seems like just this morning that pollsters and pundits were reacting to a new survey that suggested Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are exactly tied. (Fact check: It was this morning.) Old news!
  • The Caucus: Pew Poll Shows Romney Advancing After Debate

      The New York Times | over 1 year ago
    40 pm Mitt Romney 's strong performance at the debate last week has wiped out President Obama 's lead in the latest national poll conducted by the Pew Research Center . Two-thirds of voters said Mr. Romney did a better job than Mr. Obama, including...
  • Romney Takes 49-45% Lead In Post-Debate National Poll

      International Business Times | over 1 year ago
    Following his victory in last week's first debate, Republican nominee Mitt Romney, has overtaken President Barack Obama in several polls, including a Pew survey released Monday that shows a four-point lead. The Pew Research Center for the People and...
  • Pew Research poll bombshell: Romney leads by 4 points | Harry J Enten

      The Guardian | over 1 year ago
    The Pew Research poll finds that Romney leads President Obama among white voters by a huge 21-point margin. Photograph: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images The highly-respected Pew Research organization has published a poll and it's a shocker: Mitt Romney...


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.