OBAMA IN TROUBLE ACCORDING TO THE NEW YOUR TIMES
The New York Times, the most liberal source of anything news worthy and not so news worthy polled last month showing Romney and Obama in a literal tie. Following a somewhat different approach for the May poll the Times contacted the same polling group by phone and found not only was Obama now BEHIND Romney by three points, still within the margin of error but he has lost support in key voter groups with one that is traditionally a Democrat voter group.
Romney leads with moderates and independents which is not surprising as other polling is showing a similar trend toward Romney with these two key groups. But the big surprise is that women voters now favor Romney rather than Obama in a 5 point switch from last month which had Obama ahead with women by two points now behind by 3 points.
Obama overwhelmingly won the women's vote in 2008 and traditionally Democrats win with women even in a year when Democrats lose as in 2010. Yet over the last month women see Romney stronger for the economy and overall favor him for The White House. While losing moderates and independents are of concern for the Obama camp finding that women are now moving away from Obama, I am certain has the Obama campaign rattled.
The alarm has been sounded and even the most staunch Obama supporters are beginning to wonder if Obama can be reelected. Obama's decided move even further left in his rhetoric and the perception by 67% of those polled that his announcement favoring gay marriage was nothing more than a political move in an election year has voters doubting Obama's ability to govern and seeing the failure of the economy and how it is hitting every pocket book gives Romney an advantage that is highly unusual this early in a Presidential year with an incumbent running for reelection.
Could this poll be the proverbial hand writing on the wall for Obama? That remains to be seen but regardless it does not bode well for the Obama campaign and his prospects for reelection seem to be getting dimmer with each passing week. But the fight to defeat Obama is still young and has a long and tough rode ahead and we who fully understand that this failure must go, while momentarily rejoice in the Times polling must not drop our guard and continue to work with all diligence to end the Presidency of Barack Obama and begin the restoration of our Nation.