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Above the November election -- went according to Rasmussen Reports President Obama has really taken the lead of a Mitt Romney.
Scott Rasmussen is in new -- across the latest poll stop.
As of this morning it's President Obama 47%.
Mitt Romney 44%.
That's an improvement it's a third straight day the president has been ahead of the tracking poll.
But -- you know we've talked for a long time about how close this -- the numbers bounce around a little bit both candidates seem to be stuck in the mid to high 40% range.
I still believe that the perceptions of the economy are gonna -- term in this race more than anything else out there if you tell me what the economies like an October I'll tell you who's gonna win.
And I'm not gonna do that for you -- What -- what I think you've got a poll on whether people prefer a more stimulus more spending all less spending whether they stand on the plus 64% say they would prefer -- smaller government offering fewer services and lower taxes.
Up people who want a bigger government always -- questions like this because they say it's not fair voters they want more services leaders don't want to pay for them.
But the reason voters like that is that's what they get from the private sector are always looking for more product benefits and lower cost and companies like apple and of giving it to them.
He's got it all right Scott Rasmussen -- -- -- excellent stuff thank you very much indeed Scott good stuff thank you back to face.
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