Romney Pulls Ahead in Presidential Tracking Poll – Leads Obama By 4 Points (48-44)

It looks like Americans didn’t buy that “You didn’t build that!” BS Obama was spewing on the Campaign trail, huh?
Mitt Romney now has a clear lead on Barack Obama, 48-44.
That number is outside the margin of error.

Rasmussen reported:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows Mitt Romney attracting 48{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} of the vote, while President Obama earns support from 44{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} . Four percent (4{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} ) prefer some other candidate, and five percent (5{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} ) are undecided.

Today, consumer confidence has fallen to the lowest level of 2012. Most Americans believe both the economy and their own personal finances are getting worse.

Long-term optimism about the economy has fallen to the lowest level ever measured by Rasmussen Reports. Just 40{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} expect the economy to be stronger in five years. That’s down from 46{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} a year ago, 50{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} two years ago and 58{a60dec675160a2e6a5acd013715a29e36a19eec043ef8a9979ad47849a192b7b} three years ago. Most believe the housing market will take more than three years to recover.

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