Friday, June 22, 2012

Poll: Obama tops Mitt Romney on social issues

Americans trust President Barack Obama over presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney on social issues, 52 percent to 36 percent, according to a new AP-GfK poll released Friday.

President Barack Obama's endorsement of gay marriage did little to shift the nation's views on the subject, with a new poll finding that the public remains evenly split on the issue.

Even so, an Associated Press-GfK survey released Friday found that the president fired up his core supporters – at least for now – with his support of gay marriage. More young people, liberals and Democrats say they strongly approve of Obama's handling of same-sex marriage than said they did before he disclosed his new position last month.  Full Story here!

1 comment:

BosGuy said...

I always suspected that Obama was a top and it doesn't surprise me that Romney's a bottom.

Oh wait. Did I read that headline incorrectly?