Dave Heller and Gallup’s Frank Newport discuss recent developments in the race for president and past president’s ratings. Here’s the complete rundown:
PA.’s Rick Santorum still leads among Republicans nationally, but is he the most electable candidate? Republicans nationally say “no”, Mitt is much more likely to beat Obama in November. But they are still voting for Rick.
New “favorable” ratings of the four remaining GOP candidates, plus Obama. Obama wins. Romney and Santorum have some of the least favorable ratings of GOP candidates in recent history.
New analysis shows how much Santorum’s greatest support is among conservatives, those in the Midwest, and those who attend church weekly.
Rating the last 8 presidents – Nixon through Obama.
Quick quiz: Which three states in the union have the most government employees as a percent of their workforce? One of these is a highly Democratic state and the other a highly Republican state. What about PA, DE and NJ?