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Well we always say it's all about the economy for November's presidential election but is Obama cast starting to make a difference in the polls.
According to Rasmussen Reports Mitt Romney has just re gain that a small lead over the president Scott -- -- -- -- Right now from New Jersey -- You have the latest poll released three minutes ago what does it tell us.
For Romney 44%.
For Obama obviously Stewart still very close within the margin of error.
But if you take a longer look Romney had generally been ahead for much of the past month by 12 or three points and then we have the ruling from the Supreme Court.
Obama got a nice bounce out of happen now we're sort of returning to the pre ruling numbers the other -- -- Ratings for the Supreme Court have gone down since that ruling.
Now I exit and the -- and media played.
Thursday's Supreme Court result of the opinion it expressed as a political win for President Obama.
And you're saying that he did indeed blip up very briefly just a little in the polls but now it's back to well we were before the Supreme Court ruling.
Romney in front that's where we -- -- so -- other was on site.
That's Supreme Court decision made virtually no difference to the overall race going full it.
Look the Supreme Court can declare the rule constitutional it can't make it popular.
52% of American voters want to see the law repealed intensity among them conservatives is way up since the rolling.
This is a burden for the Obama campaign to bear that's why so many Obama officials are saying let's move on let's not talk about health care anymore.
The danger for Romney is he can't talk about health care on a stand alone basis it's still about the economy.
He needs to connect the dots as to why keeping that health care law hurts the economy.
You know -- -- saying that on Friday.
We've got this new unemployment report coming out who we could to -- -- conceivably could see the unemployment rate go up just a little.
But we are saying that focus -- -- to the economy this week.
Have you -- -- in any new numbers had -- telling us how people feel about the state of the economy and their own finances.
For the full month of June consumer confidence was down to lowest levels of 2012.
-- still up over most of 2011.
33% right now say their own finances are in good shape.
That's down a couple of points from the day President Obama took office down four points from four years ago and tomorrow morning store.
Release are employment index taking a look at what labour market is so -- So what what will -- -- show is exactly what so what trend mean that number of people employed level of unemployment how they feel about it what's the most precisely didn't tell us.
We have a series of questions the most significant one -- we -- 9000 workers across the country is your firm hiring these days or laying people off.
What we have seen consistent -- everything else in the market is labor expectations are down from earlier in the year there was a spike January February and optimism.
It's been down the last couple months tomorrow morning we'll see where things are now all right can use that number when we get -- -- and we thank you very much for being with us today thanks --