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[color=#FF0000][size=5]Ultima Hora!![/size][/color]
Mitt Romney esta avanzando !! :yahoo: :woo: :news:

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[b] Fox News Poll: Obama holds edge over Republicans in matchups[/b]

By [url="http://www.foxnews.com/author/dana-blanton/index.html"]Dana Blanton[/url]
Published February 10, 2012
| FoxNews.com


[url="http://www.foxnews.com/topics/politics/obama-administration/barack-obama.htm#r_src=ramp"]Barack Obama[/url] bests each of the Republican presidential candidates in hypothetical matchups. In addition, the president’s hits its highest point in over six months -- despite a decline in optimism on the economy.



[b]A Fox News poll released Friday shows 48 percent of voters approve of the job Obama is doing as president. That’s up from 45 percent in January, and the highest positive rating Obama has received since June 2011. The president can thank his , as 85 percent of Democrats approve. Compare that to 33 percent approval among independents and 9 percent among Republicans.[/b]





Looking ahead to November, Obama edges Republican [url="http://www.foxnews.com/topics/politics/mitt-romney.htm#r_src=ramp"]Mitt Romney[/url] by 5 percentage points (47-42 percent) in a hypothetical matchup today. In January, the president had a narrow one-point edge (46-45 percent). Both leads are within the polls’ margins of sampling error.



[b]The president’s advantage widens against the other GOP contenders.[font=arial, sans-serif][size=4][font=arial, sans-serif][size=4]Obama [/size][/font][font=arial, sans-serif][size=4]leads.[/size][/font][/size][/font] [url="http://www.foxnews.com/topics/politics/ron-paul.htm#r_src=ramp"]Ron Paul[/url] by 10 percentage points (48-38 percent), [url="http://www.foxnews.com/topics/politics/rick-santorum.htm#r_src=ramp"]Rick Santorum[/url] by 12 points (50-38 percent) and [url="http://www.foxnews.com/topics/politics/newt-gingrich.htm#r_src=ramp"]Newt Gingrich[/url] by 13 points (51-38 percent).[/b]



Among independents, Romney tops Obama by 9 points. Last month, independents also broke for Romney (by 5 points).

More voters overall would be enthusiastic or pleased if Romney (28 percent) or Santorum (27 percent) were to become president than Gingrich (23 percent) or Paul (21 percent). ][b]Still, President Barack Obama tops them all, as 41 percent of voters would be enthusiastic or pleased if he were re-elected.[/b]



Twice as many voters overall would be enthusiastic if Obama were to be re-elected than if any Republican contenders were to win. And twice as many Democrats would be enthusiastic if Obama were re-elected than Republicans would feel enthused about a victory by any of the GOP candidates.



Gingrich has the highest number of voters -- 33 percent -- saying they would feel scared if he were to become president. Almost as many -- 27 percent -- would feel that way if Obama were re-elected.

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[quote name='PR Paladin' timestamp='1325716767' post='2944602']
[color=#FF0000][size=5]!!Ultima Hora!![/size][/color]
Ahora Rick Santorum [s]Mitt Romney[/s] esta avanzando tambien !! :yahoo: :woo: :news:
[u][b]!Que interesante se ha puesto esto![/b][/u]
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[quote name='Artaguito' timestamp='1295494039' post='2918077']
Sabiendo que Rasmussen fue el mas certero en la eleccion del 2004 y la del 2008, esta grafica tiene mas credibilidad (hacen un poll cada semana) que el de NBC/WSJ:
[img]http://www.rasmussenreports.com/var/plain/storage/images/media/obama_total_approval_graphics/january_2011/obama_total_approval_january_19_2011/443853-1-eng-US/obama_total_approval_january_19_2011.jpg[/img]

[url="http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/obama_administration/daily_presidential_tracking_poll"]http://www.rasmussen...l_tracking_poll[/url]
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I am not going to post information on approval. I will post simple facts and reality. Our economic is growing , slowly, but its growing. Jobs are been created not lost.

[img]http://reflectionsofarationalrepublican.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/liberal-total-private-jobs-worldview-january-2012-data.jpg[/img]

Arta, its not a approval rating chart, its a job creation chart.

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[b] Obama's approval rating up to 50 percent: Reuters/Ipsos poll[/b]






U.S. President Barack Obama takes a question during a news conference in the White House Briefing Room in Washington, March 6, 2012.
Credit: Reuters/Jason Reed


By Samuel P. Jacobs
WASHINGTON | Wed Mar 14, 2012 1:30am EDT

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For the first time since early July, [b]more Americans approve of the job President Barack Obama is doing than disapprove, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll that shows his approval rating now at 50 percent.[/b]

The poll, taken March 8-11 on the heels of reports that 227,000 jobs were added to the U.S. economy in February, indicates that Obama's rating has risen by 2 percentage points during the past month. The percentage of Americans who disapprove of the Democratic president was 48 percent, down from 49 percent in February.

Some other polls have shown a recent dip in Obama's approval rating, and linked that to rising gasoline prices.

But for most Americans, other economic trends during the past month have been relatively positive. Obama appears to be benefiting from that, and perhaps from a bitter Republican presidential campaign that at times has focused on divisive social issues such as abortion.

"The economy is improving," said Ipsos pollster Cliff Young. "Not by leaps and bounds but people feel that things are getting better." The Reuters/Ipsos poll also found that Americans' confidence in the direction of the country is ticking upward. In the poll, 37 percent of those surveyed said the United States is headed in the right direction, up from 32 percent in February.

ROMNEY STRUGGLES TO ATTRACT MAJORITY

The poll indicates that more Republicans nationwide continue to favor former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney over his three rivals for the party's presidential nomination.

However, Romney still is not close to having the support of a majority of Republicans in the race to determine who will face Obama in the November 6 election.

Romney received the support of 37 percent of Republicans, compared with 32 percent for Rick Santorum, a former Pennsylvania senator.

Former U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich was backed by 12 percent of Republicans, and Texas Congressman Ron Paul was supported by 11 percent.

Romney's support rose by 8 percentage points during the past month while Santorum - who attracted support from conservatives with a series of controversial comments on religion and social issues such as contraception - rose by 14 percentage points.

While Santorum appeared to benefit from the change in tone of the Republican campaign, perhaps no candidate benefited more than the Democratic president, whose party made a point of casting Republicans' tough talk on abortion, contraception and other issues as an attack on women's rights.

[b]In a survey of registered voters, Obama led Romney 52 to 41 percent in a head-to-head match-up, nearly double the margin from February. Obama led Santorum 52 to 42 percent, and Gingrich 54 to 37 percent.[/b]

Obama's fortunes have been improved by a drum beat of positive economic news. The unemployment rate held steady at 8.3 percent in February and was buoyed by three straight months of jobs growth.

Until November, Obama's fate will be hitched to the economy. And rising gas prices could stall the Democrat's current momentum. Romney, Santorum and Gingrich are counting on that, and in recent days have sought to blame Obama for the rising prices.

Looking to November, Young said, the poll "reinforces that Obama is the favorite."
The Reuters/Ipsos telephone poll of 1,084 adults included 554 respondents who identified themselves as Democrats, 421 as Republicans, and 109 as independents. The total respondents included 937 registered voters.

The poll's margin of error was plus or minus 3.1 percentage points for all respondents; 3.3 points for registered voters; 4.2 points for Democrats; 4.9 points for Republicans, and 9.8 points for independents.

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Y eso, aun Obama no a comenzado su campaña. Veras cuando OBama presione "ON" y comienze la maquinaria democrata hacer campaña, entonces vas a ver como todas las encuestas cambiaran a favor de los democratas.

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Sigue el negrito arriba....yes!!

[b] March 26, 2012[/b]



[size=7][b]Obama Holds Double-Digit Lead Nationally[/b][/size]

A new [url="http://www.suffolk.edu/research/52031.html"]Suffolk University poll[/url] finds President Obama leading Mitt Romney in a general election match up by 10 points, 47% to 37%, with 7% saying they would vote for a third-party candidate and 7% undecided.

Obama led the other GOP candidates by even larger margins: Rick Santorum by 14 points, Newt Gingrich by 19 points, and Ron Paul by 21 points.

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[quote name='mimapr' timestamp='1332778893' post='2948971']
Sigue el negrito arriba....yes!!

[b] March 26, 2012[/b]



[size=7][b]Obama Holds Double-Digit Lead Nationally[/b][/size]

A new [url="http://www.suffolk.edu/research/52031.html"]Suffolk University poll[/url] finds President Obama leading Mitt Romney in a general election match up by 10 points, 47% to 37%, with 7% saying they would vote for a third-party candidate and 7% undecided.

Obama led the other GOP candidates by even larger margins: Rick Santorum by 14 points, Newt Gingrich by 19 points, and Ron Paul by 21 points.
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Ya mismo el grupito te racistas del foro hacen harakiri!

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[quote name='mimapr' timestamp='1332778893' post='2948971']
Sigue el negrito arriba....yes!!

[b] March 26, 2012[/b]



[size=7][b]Obama Holds Double-Digit Lead Nationally[/b][/size]

A new [url="http://www.suffolk.edu/research/52031.html"]Suffolk University poll[/url] finds President Obama leading Mitt Romney in a general election match up by 10 points, 47% to 37%, with 7% saying they would vote for a third-party candidate and 7% undecided.

Obama led the other GOP candidates by even larger margins: Rick Santorum by 14 points, Newt Gingrich by 19 points, and Ron Paul by 21 points.
[/quote]

tell me something I dont know. Todos sabemos que OBama va 4 años mas.

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El pobre mormon deberia retirarse.....jajajajajajajaja


[b] Poll finds Obama leading Romney on economy, taxes[/b]

By Alexandra Jaffe - 08/08/12 12:22 PM ET


President Obama slightly increased his lead over GOP challenger Mitt Romney this month, according to a new [url="http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/08/08/us-usa-campaign-poll-idUSBRE8770SL20120808"][b]Reuters/Ipsos poll[/b][/url] out on Wednesday that puts Obama ahead of Romney, 49 percent to Romney's 42 percent support.

That's an increase of one percetnage point from last month, which, while not a substantial increase, aligns with other polls out recently showing Obama slightly ahead of the former Massachusetts Governor.

But the poll doesn't bring all good news for Obama — a large majority, almost two-thirds, of Americans think the country is on the wrong track. However, Obama seems to be making inroads on what a 45 percent plurality of poll respondents agreed was the most important issue in the nation: the economy.
Forty-six percent of registered voters see Obama as stronger on jobs and the economy, a 2-percentage-point lead over Romney and a reversal for Obama, who last month was seen as less capable than his challenger when it came to jobs and the economy. And the negative attacks on Romney's career as a venture capitalist and his refusal to release years of tax returns could be taking its toll, as Obama has a large lead on taxes — with 49 percent of registered voters saying the president is stronger on that issue, compared to 38 percent for Romney.

The poll is one of many released on Wednesday that spell bad news for Romney, as [url="http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/polls/242703-polls-find-romney-up-in-colorado-trailing-in-virginia-wisconsin"][b]Obama sees leads in battleground states Virginia and Wisconsin[/b][/url] and also has a higher favorability rating than Romney, whose [url="http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/polls/242717-romney-unfavorability-rating-on-the-rise-among-voters-poll-finds"][b]unfavorability rating has grown since May[/b][/url].

The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted among 1,168 adults, including 1,014 registered voters, from Aug. 2-6, and has a 3.4 percent margin of error for registered voters and 3 percent for all respondents.

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latest gallup polls

Obama approval is at 52%

election

Obama 48%
Romney 45%

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[b][b]According to a new [url="http://www.quinnipiac.edu/polling.xml"]Quinnipiac University poll[/url], 62% of Empire State likely voters say they're backing President Barack Obama, with 34% supporting Republican nominee Mitt Romney.[/b][/b]

[b][b]A new poll indicates President Barack Obama holding a double digit lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney in the state. According to an [url="http://www.epicmra.com/pressroom.htm"]EPIC/MRA survey[/url], 47% of likely voters in Michigan support the president, with 37% backing Romney and 16% unsure.[/b][/b]

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UUUUUUUUUUYYYYYYYYYYYYYY...QUE POCA VERGUENZA....

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“Since President Barack Obama’s first year in office, a majority of Americans have said that former President Bush’s policies were more responsible for current economic problems than Obama’s policies were. That figure is at 57% today, with 35% saying the current president and Democrats are mostly to blame for economic problems,” adds Holland.


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Obama toma adelantara en Ohio, Virginia y Florida! By CNN


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FYI:

50% de la poblacion no paga IMPUESTOS
1% de la poblacion que paga impuestos paga el 10% de los ingresos del gobierno , el 10% de los que pagan impuestos
paga el 80% de los ingresos del gobierno.
Los VAGOS Y CUPONEROS SERAN LOS DUENOS Y SENORES DE LOS EEUU!

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Para tu informacion los vagos y cuponeros estan en los estados republicanos. Educate!!!


[b] Red States Are Welfare Queens[/b]


Benzinga|August 18, 2011|


[img]http://articles.businessinsider.com/images/pixel.gif[/img]

Flip to any news channel in the past three years, and you can almost be certain to see any number of Republican governors, blustering about how Washington spends too much money and how they'd never spend that much money if they were President. It's a lot of tough talk, really. But is there any truth to it?
Well, all of this tough budget talk from Republicans got me thinking about the central: who really [url="http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-08-18/politics/30039546_1_blue-states-federal-taxes-red-states#"][color=#009900][size=2][u][background=transparent]benefits[/background][/u][/size][/color][img]http://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png[/img][/url] from government spending? If you listen to [url="http://www.businessinsider.com/blackboard/rush-limbaugh"]Rush Limbaugh[/url], you might think it was those blue states, packed with damn hippie socialist liberals, sipping their lattes and providing free abortions for bored, horny teenagers.[list]

[/list]
[color=#000000][img]http://w.sharethis.com/images/check-big.png[/img][/color]


[img]http://articles.businessinsider.com/images/pixel.gif[/img]

The truth? Not so fast, [url="http://www.businessinsider.com/blackboard/michele-bachmann"]Michele Bachmann[/url].

[b]As it turns out, it is red states that are overwhelmingly the Welfare Queen States. Yes, that's right. Red States[/b] — the ones governed by folks who think government is too big and spending needs to be cut — are a net drain on the economy, taking in more federal spending than they pay out in federal taxes. They talk a good game, but stick Blue States with the bill.

Take a look at the difference between federal spending on any given state and the federal taxes received from that state. We measure the difference as a dollar amount: Federal Spending per Dollar of Federal Taxes. A figure of $1.00 means that particular state received as much as it paid in to the federal government. Anything over a dollar means the state received more than it paid; anything less than $1.00 means the state paid more in taxes than it received in services. The higher the figure, the more a given state is a welfare queen.

Of the twenty worst states,[b] 16 are either Republican dominated or conservative states[/b]. Let's go through the top twenty.[list]
[*]New Mexico: $2.03
[*]Mississippi: $2.02
[*]Alaska: $1.84
[*]Louisiana: $1.78
[*]West Virginia: $1.76
[*]North Dakota: $1.68
[*]Alabama: $1.66
[*]South Dakota: $1.53
[*]Kentucky: $1.51
[*]Virginia: $1.51
[*]Montana: $1.47
[*]Hawaii: $1.44
[*]Maine: $1.41
[*]Arkansas: $1.41
[*]Oklahoma: $1.36
[*]South Carolina: $1.35
[*]Missouri: $1.32
[*]Maryland: $1.30
[*]Tennessee: $1.27
[*]Idaho: $1.21
[/list]
Does anyone else notice the overwhelming presence of northern "rugged individualist" states, like Alaska, the Dakotas and Montana, along with most of the South? Why it's almost like there's a pattern here or something.

[url="http://www.businessinsider.com/blackboard/where"]Where[/url] can we find liberal bastions California, New York, and Massachusetts? California is 43rd, getting back only $0.78 for every dollar it sends to Washington. New York is 42nd, and one penny better off, at $0.79 per dollar. Massachusetts is 40th, receiving $0.82 for every dollar it sends to DC.

Go ahead and bookmark this article. The next time some smarmy teabagger tries to tell you it's liberals who are ruining the country and spending us into oblivion, kindly point them to the evidence that shows it is GOP states, not Democrat states, who are Welfare Queens. It is GOP states who spend more than they collect in taxes. It is GOP states who are out of balance, nationally.


Read more: [url="http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-08-18/politics/30039546_1_blue-states-federal-taxes-red-states#ixzz2CxKmtGRd"]http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-08-18/politics/30039546_1_blue-states-federal-taxes-red-states#ixzz2CxKmtGRd[/url]

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[quote name='mimapr' timestamp='1353589415' post='2965115']
Para tu informacion los vagos y cuponeros estan en los estados republicanos. Educate!!!


[b] Red States Are Welfare Queens[/b]


Benzinga|August 18, 2011|


[img][url="http://articles.businessinsider.com/images/pixel.gif[/img"][url="http://articles.busi.../pixel.gif[/img[/url"]http://articles.busi...l.gif[/img[/url[/url]]Flip to any news channel in the past three years, and you can almost be certain to see any number of Republican governors, blustering about how Washington spends too much money and how they'd never spend that much money if they were President. It's a lot of tough talk, really. But is there any truth to it?Well, all of this tough budget talk from Republicans got me thinking about the central: who really [url="http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-08-18/politics/30039546_1_blue-states-federal-taxes-red-states#"][color=#009900][size=2][u][background=transparent]benefits[/background][/u][/size][/color][img][url="http://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png[/img"]http://images.intell.../icon1.png[/img[/url]][/url] from government spending? If you listen to [url="http://www.businessinsider.com/blackboard/rush-limbaugh"]Rush Limbaugh[/url], you might think it was those blue states, packed with damn hippie socialist liberals, sipping their lattes and providing free abortions for bored, horny teenagers.[list]

[/list]
[color=#000000][img][url="http://w.sharethis.com/images/check-big.png%5B/img"]http://w.sharethis.c...ck-big.png[/img[/url]][/color]


[img][url="http://articles.businessinsider.com/images/pixel.gif%5B/img"]http://articles.busi.../pixel.gif[/img[/url]]

The truth? Not so fast, [url="http://www.businessinsider.com/blackboard/michele-bachmann"]Michele Bachmann[/url].

[b]As it turns out, it is red states that are overwhelmingly the Welfare Queen States. Yes, that's right. Red States[/b] — the ones governed by folks who think government is too big and spending needs to be cut — are a net drain on the economy, taking in more federal spending than they pay out in federal taxes. They talk a good game, but stick Blue States with the bill.

Take a look at the difference between federal spending on any given state and the federal taxes received from that state. We measure the difference as a dollar amount: Federal Spending per Dollar of Federal Taxes. A figure of $1.00 means that particular state received as much as it paid in to the federal government. Anything over a dollar means the state received more than it paid; anything less than $1.00 means the state paid more in taxes than it received in services. The higher the figure, the more a given state is a welfare queen.

Of the twenty worst states,[b] 16 are either Republican dominated or conservative states[/b]. Let's go through the top twenty.[list]
[*]New Mexico: $2.03
[*]Mississippi: $2.02
[*]Alaska: $1.84
[*]Louisiana: $1.78
[*]West Virginia: $1.76
[*]North Dakota: $1.68
[*]Alabama: $1.66
[*]South Dakota: $1.53
[*]Kentucky: $1.51
[*]Virginia: $1.51
[*]Montana: $1.47
[*]Hawaii: $1.44
[*]Maine: $1.41
[*]Arkansas: $1.41
[*]Oklahoma: $1.36
[*]South Carolina: $1.35
[*]Missouri: $1.32
[*]Maryland: $1.30
[*]Tennessee: $1.27
[*]Idaho: $1.21
[/list]
Does anyone else notice the overwhelming presence of northern "rugged individualist" states, like Alaska, the Dakotas and Montana, along with most of the South? Why it's almost like there's a pattern here or something.

[url="http://www.businessinsider.com/blackboard/where"]Where[/url] can we find liberal bastions California, New York, and Massachusetts? California is 43rd, getting back only $0.78 for every dollar it sends to Washington. New York is 42nd, and one penny better off, at $0.79 per dollar. Massachusetts is 40th, receiving $0.82 for every dollar it sends to DC.

Go ahead and bookmark this article. The next time some smarmy teab*****er tries to tell you it's liberals who are ruining the country and spending us into oblivion, kindly point them to the evidence that shows it is GOP states, not Democrat states, who are Welfare Queens. It is GOP states who spend more than they collect in taxes. It is GOP states who are out of balance, nationally.


Read more: [url="http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-08-18/politics/30039546_1_blue-states-federal-taxes-red-states#ixzz2CxKmtGRd"]http://articles.busi...s#ixzz2CxKmtGRd[/url]
[/quote]

Se le quedo Massachusetts, NY, NJ, Pennsylvaia, DC, y California......digame que no hay relacion directa entre el numero de cuponeros y los votos por Barack. Edited by Mobutu Sese

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No se si te haces o eres......pobres hay en todos los estados,,,,pero los mas pidiones y mantenidos estan en estados republicanos....te guste o no.. :loser:

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