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Will events in Egypt Libya and Iran making much that we'll take a much bigger role in November's election -- is the economy gonna remain.
On some issue number one Scott Rasmussen from Rasmussen Reports is in New Jersey.
Am asking you to look at the future for a second not poll the past look at the future.
Is there a chance that news like we got today will stop to dominate this election.
I don't know that it will dominate this election -- could certainly have a big impact.
It will have the biggest impact of it leads to all other concerns about oil or economic matters.
But this is you know this is something worth the very beginning of a news story we don't know what the next steps will be.
-- we do know that Americans have been concerned about events in the Middle East we know that 63%.
Even before this -- -- -- global war between the Islamic world in western civilization.
This will certainly add to that.
-- me ask you about the Jewish vote which went 78%.
For President Obama in 2008.
I've -- reports that it will be lower than that in 2012.
You have any polling on this what throughout.
We have cancer in the polling data that it may be a little bit softer this time around.
Again depending on what happens in the next few weeks that could change dramatically what's the latest tracking poll that you have.
As of this morning.
It's -- Obama 46.
Romney 45 the president's bounce is gone.
And in facts or what we Andean leaders those are people who don't have a commitment upfront we -- -- had to choose how would you go.
Romney is now up by -- point 48 to 47.
So the conventions are behind us and now it's about the economy and possibly what's happening in the middle -- -- Stressing Scott because right after the -- the democrats' convention ended president of bombing in your poll of likely voters I think he was up five points over the weekend.
Yesterday was up three points now is one point size you say that bounce looks like it's gone correct.
That's correct amounts began the night after Bill Clinton spoke the other the president a couple good -- but now we're back to where we were before the conventions.
When an extraordinary business so we're not is absolutely -- assurance that you're -- -- -- -- and so my guess.
All right Scott Rasmussen thank you very much indeed so thank you really.
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