MITT ROMNEY boosted one aspect of his public opinion problem with his convention. Taken before the DNC meet in Charlotte, an important point to remember, Obama’s favorable numbers with women registered voters has plummeted.
Now we’ll have to wait to see what the Democratic National Convention does for Democrats, but especially Pres. Obama.
The first night went as well as Democrats could hope.
But it’s important to note that Obama’s numbers fell with register female voters after Romney’s convention.
It illustrates that while health care and reproductive access are tremendously important to women, today’s modern female is a lot more likely to vote on economics. The perception of Mitt Romney as the guy who might be able to tackle the economy at a time when wrong track numbers for the country stay well above 60% is still something Pres. Obama has to address.
So, watch the economic message as you take in the Democratic National Convention. Democrats must extinguish the questions and doubts voters have about Pres. Obama on the economy.
This poll hints strongly that women are more interested in the economy than reproductive health care.