WHEN EVEN Rasmussen has Obama tied with Romney on job creation, given the margin of error, you understand why Republicans are freaking out: Obama 47% – Romney 45%.
How in the world did Mitt Romney allow this to develop?
Following another dismal jobs report, voters overwhelmingly rate job creation as important to their vote but are almost evenly divided when it comes to which presidential candidate they trust more on the issue.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 95% of Likely U.S. Voters rate the issue of job creation as important to how they will vote in November. That includes 69% who consider it Very Important.
The only time Rasmussen numbers are posted around here, which tilt Republican, is when the numbers reveal something unexpected, as they do today.
Now, this may not last, but even after the Republican convention, Obama remains competitive with Romney on jobs. That’s remarkable.
Note to Democrats: the Bain attacks have worked.