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According to Rasmussen Reports Mitt Romney has taken the lead again and -- President Obama and that.
It's all about the economy Scott Rasmussen from Rasmussen Reports is in New Jersey what's your latest tracking poll show you that Scott.
Distort Romney 49%.
There's two ways to interpret this one is it might just be a little bit of statistical noise a good couple days in the polls for -- Romney that will disappear.
But it's no coincidence this is coming its consumer investor confidence are falling and right after a disappointing jobs report the economy still the driving issue in this -- So that poll was taken after that and I -- it wasn't disappointing jobs report and you think it's still the economy that's on the line the whole rights front.
Absolutely in fact consumer confidence down five points is that jobs report and our in our measure investor confidence down six points.
And the early results today in the market probably -- gonna help that level.
Company got that right we're down a hundred points plus on the down now I know you've got a poll in which wrong poll featured.
Is there a way of telling us who wrong poll takes votes fraud is it Romney or is it -- -- -- Well here's what you tell Romney is up five if Ron Paul is not of the race we put Ron Paul and Romney still apply -- 44 to 39 when Ron Paul getting thirteen points.
Ron Paul takes votes from both candidates.
This surprises people want to hear about it we found the same dynamic in 2008.
One of the reasons Ron Paul's support includes an awful lot of people were attracted to his military positions.
And that appeals to the anti war left.
Yeah that's right on the run he's appears to the economic rights.
And to believe.
I that the anti military abroad left I think that -- that's right realize that.
And by the way also to socially liberal people for his views on drug legalization -- he has a a different sort of appeal.
It's not clear that -- first -- very unlikely he's actually going to get in at this point I think he's worried about the impact it might have on his son.
But beyond that.
If he were to jump in its unpredictable -- more than likely he would take some.
-- from both sides last one real fast going you've got a poll that looks five years now to -- -- feeble housing economy go doing five years from now wasn't show.
Say the US economy will be stronger in five years that's the lowest we've ever measure.
Give you a sense a comparison in the midst of -- Wall Street meltdown 62%.
Said the economy would be stronger in five years so we really gone downhill on that.
And by the -- Stewart looking over what's happening in Europe.
There is a perception that the best thing the Europeans to do is cut government spending.
Only one out of five Americans think that more spending by the Europeans would help their cause.
That's fascinating because that's the debate here.
Should we cut spending or should we spend more on in a nutshell that's the election -- -- -- being simplistic but not really is the debate that's going on them.
-- -- -- who has a bigger is Scott Rasmussen thank you very much indeed we will see union rules and thank you look forward to Dow's down --
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