Romney’s post-debate surge is being picked up in swing state polls, but will it be enough?
Mitt Romney has gotten a bump in the polls from Wednesday debate, but it’s still too early to say if it means anything.
While the conspiracy theory is nuts, there are legitimate reasons to be skeptical of some elements of September’s Jobs Report.
There is nothing wrong with healthy skepticism (which is different than outright denialism).
The biggest surprise of the Presidential race to date is the fact that Mitt Romney has lost the edge he once had on economic issues.
There’s little evidence that Presidential debates can be game changers.
The arguments of the people claiming that every single poll showing Mitt Romney is unfairly biased do not stand up to scrutiny.
Many on the right are heavily invested in the argument that current polling is intentionally biased against Mitt Romney. Their argument is not very plausible.
Public distrust of the media is at an all-time high. It’s easy to see why.
Understandably, Republicans are becoming nervous about the way things are going for Team Romney.
In order to win, Mitt Romney needs the support of a large segment of the 47% of the populace he wrote off back in May.
The President’s poll lead has shrunk, but there are still signs of trouble for Mitt Romney.
It’s still possible for Mitt Romney to win this election, but is it probable?
A new round of polling has Obama in the lead and shows reasons why Romney’s supporters should be concerned, but it’s unclear how long any of this will last.
If the first round of post-convention polling is correct, President Obama may be pulling away from Mitt Romney.
Last night, Bill Clinton hit one out of the park for the President Of The United States.
So far, there’s very little movement in the polls for Governor Romney.
Tonight’s convention speech is the most important speech Mitt Romney has ever given.
Mississippi is more conservative than Massachusetts is liberal.
The political convention we know is a 19th Century relic. It’s time to modernize it and make it a lot shorter.
As its convention begins, one has to wonder what has happened to the Republican Party.
Heading into the party conventions, the Presidential race is as close as ever.
We have met the enemy, and it’s most likely us.
Despite all of the gaffes, jobs reports, and various twists and turns that so fascinate pundits, the race has remained essentially unchanged since April.
If a new Gallup poll is any indication, Paul Ryan was not a great pick.
For the first time in 80 years, there are no veterans on the major party Presidential tickets.
The most recent round of national polling seems to show that the negative attacks on Romney are having an impact.