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Polls following Friday's dismal jobs report Mitt Romney house pulled ahead Scott -- from from.
Rasmussen from Rasmussen Reports he's in New Jersey Scott I think you have the latest tracking poll for -- and what does -- show.
Right now it's Mitt Romney 47%.
Barack Obama 44%.
Ever since that report came out on Friday Mitt -- moved -- a little bit it'll be really interesting to see where things settle out towards the end of this week.
Because otherwise it could just be a little statistical noise.
But what's happening consumer confidence has fallen over the weekend before Friday's jobs report investors were evenly divided as to whether the economy was getting better or worse.
Now just 35% of investors think the economy's getting better 49%.
Say it's getting worse.
Look at the other side of the coin for a second do you have anything on president Obama's approval rating after those Friday -- and on this.
His overall approval rating 47%.
Which is sort of in the range he's been in for much of the last couple of years.
The number who strongly approve though is down 24%.
Nearing the lows that we've seen.
-- here's something else.
Of American voters believe the Barack Obama's policies are extreme -- outside the mainstream.
Only 30% think the same about Mitt Romney.
Okay now way to look at those four key swing states -- they'll Virginia North Carolina Florida Ohio.
You've got latest polls that from your -- organization and they show walks.
They showed things are looking a lot better for Mitt Romney in Ohio Romney is up -- in Virginia and Florida he's up one and in North Carolina State they're really -- -- slipping away from the president it's Romney might be.
I gotta say Scott I'm a little surprised.
I would've thought Mitt Romney would have done Bechtel.
Because last week was an all full week on the accommodate for President Obama.
Eight he is doing better on -- -- would do a law that and you site.
Well due partly we have to wait.
The impact of the jobs report takes almost a full week to work its way through the polling when we do this on consumer confidence.
Month in and month out -- takes a full week before that news really percolate.
People -- gonna want to see what the reaction is this week.
But for Mitt Romney to be up three points at this time.
It's better than he was we'll see how much better it is come Friday.
Very interesting Scott Rasmussen always a pleasure thanks for joining -- against got.
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