ABC: ‘Plurality’ of Americans Would Now Go Back and Pick Romney Over Obama

‘But of course, that is one thing that President Obama does not have to worry about’

ABC Poll: Voters Choose Romney Over Obama if They Had a Mulligan (Washington Free Beacon)

An ABC News / Washington Post poll shows voters would choose Republican candidate Mitt Romney over President Obama, 49-45 percent, if they could have a mulligan on the 2012 election.

Obama reached a new low in the ABC poll, with a 42 percent approval rating and 55 percent disapproval, and 57 percent of Americans oppose Obamacare, which host George Stephanopoulos called “brutal numbers for the White House.” Only 46 percent see Obama as a strong leader, and just 47 percent view him as trustworthy.

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