Daily Presidential Tracking: Romney 50%, Obama 42% – 55% Diapprove of Obama’s Performance

Is the beginning of the end of the Hopenchange charade?

Mitt Romney extended his lead to 8 points today on Barack Obama.
Rasmussen reported, via Free Republic:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Saturday shows Mitt Romney earning 50{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} of the vote and President Obama attracting 42{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} support. Four percent (4{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} ) would vote for a third party candidate, while another three percent (3{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} ) are undecided.

Currently, 44{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} of voters say they at least somewhat approve of the president’s job performance. That’s his lowest level of approval in two months. Fifty-five percent (55{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} ) at least somewhat disapprove.

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