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But -- go to the polls.
The November presidential election remains very much focused on the economy let's bring in Scott Rasmussen Scott with the latest tracking poll is Romney still ahead.
Romney is up by three points 47% to 44%.
This is the tenth straight day that he's had a very modest advantage -- really ever since that last jobs report -- he's been doing a little bit better OK how about the president's president Obama's approval -- west that now.
Down to 46%.
Approve of the way he's doing his job.
One of the reasons he's struggling something you talk about all the time the US economy consumer confidence today down to its lowest level in five months -- got a lot of polls to deal with in his little -- on for you what how many people think America is still in recession.
As of this morning that is up over the last several days.
You know this is a staff that always shocks professional economists because they say.
We're not in a recession but a majority of Americans every single night for the last four years -- said yes we are.
-- -- -- the majority clear majorities say yes we -- in recession.
President I'm sorry president Obama's approval rating is down on not a -- but it's down.
And the governor Romney has led -- tracking poll for ten straight days -- -- a very small margin that is -- wanted to -- -- margins okay that's correct last long want to people now think about Obama -- -- -- we could get a decision from the Supreme Court in fifteen minutes from now for a week from now.
What -- they -- 52%.
Want to -- the law overturned.
Say no they'd like to see it upheld.
And by all we ask about the individual mandate only 21%.
Believe the government has the constitutional authority to force people to buy health insurance.
This is not really news these numbers have been very stable the American people do not like the president's health care law.
And it's going to be -- one way or the other either by the court -- through the elect.
This process now -- less than five months to the election.
What's your professional judgment on the standing in the polls Romney Obama and the issues less than five months to a presidential election.
They president's biggest challenges that his instincts on the economy are exactly the opposite of where the voting public is the president wants to see more money spent by Washington.
Most Americans believe the government spending and taxes should be cut.
That will help the economy.
So unless there is a big turnaround in the economy Barack Obama is the underdog right now time Scott Rasmussen first thing on among them on with all the latest stuff thanks so much indeed -- we will see you -- I.