Following a Reuters/Ipsos poll showing a 7 point lead for President Barack Obama over Republican challenger Mitt Romney; CNN’s latest poll found a similar 7 point lead, but President Obama also cleared the 50 percent threshold as well.
While the Supreme Court upheld the majority of the Affordable Care Act last Thursday, the political firestorm surrounding the issue continued. Republicans are vowing to repeal the act and have called it the biggest tax hike in American history, but Democrats also have trouble ahead.
After getting thumped in South Carolina, many expected Newt Gingrich to ride the momentum to a win in the Sunshine State. But the third poll released Wednesday showed Gingrich still has a long road ahead to take Florida.
As the Republican Party looks to wind up its nominating process after the January 31 Florida GOP primary; the enthusiasm amongst Republicans for the coming election is starting to cool.
While polling for the biggest fish in the early primary season, Florida, hasn’t been conducted since the Iowa caucus; new GOP primary polling out of South Carolina gave Mitt Romney good news Friday.