If this is true, it’s not good news:
The most direct Obama’s Republican rival, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, is thirteen points of the current U.S. president, according to a survey by Reuters and Ipsos.
Obama’s popularity has increased one percentage point from May, reaching the 50 percent barrier. But the number of citizens who think the country is not progressing in the right direction (61 percent) has also increased. In the economic framework, gasoline has become more expensive, the unemployment rate is at its peak so far this year (9.1percent) and real estate sector continues to accuse the consequences of the crisis.
- Obama holds big lead in Presidential poll (capitolhillblue.com)