September 11, 2012
So why did President Obama roar out of the Democrats’ national convention in Charlotte with a sudden, seemingly solid lead in the tracking polls?
August 18, 2012
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan say that they welcome a debate about the federal budget and their plans to reform Medicare.
August 15, 2012
Predictably, Democrats went after Mitt Romney's new running mate immediately, describing Paul Ryan as a "certifiable right-wing ideologue" whose views are "extreme" and "radical." They focused on Medicare, warning that Republicans "would end Medicare as we know it," making it "a voucher
August 11, 2012
Here is a fact that is worth reflecting on when looking at national polls that give Barack Obama a significant lead over Mitt Romney: In 2008, the year of hope and change and Bush burnout, 40 percent of voters identified as Democrats and 33 percent as Republicans — a seven-point Democratic advantage.