Poll: Most Obama Voters Regret Voting for Him
February 18, 2014 - 12:14 pm
Conducted to test the media hype about a comeback by 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, the new poll found voters still uninspired by Romney, but also deeply dissatisfied with Obama who has so far failed to capitalize on his victory over 15 months ago.
In a truly astonishing turn, 100% of Hispanics polled said that they regretted voting for Obama’s re-election. If anyone wonders why the Democrats keep pushing amnesty, there’s your answer.
I’m not saying that amnesty is the way to lock up the Hispanic vote. It isn’t. But using amnesty to provoke over-reactions among Republicans, which the Democrats/media can use to amp up cries of “racism,” is one of the top moves in the Democrat playbook. Plus, it divides Republicans, as some do adhere to the mistaken belief that amnesty is the way to save the party. Divided opponents are always weaker than united opponents.
The majority’s buyer’s remorse would, at this point, oust Obama and replace him with Mitt Romney. He would defeat Obama, 55 million to 52 million. That probably says a lot less about Romney than it says about Obama.
Tell ya what, liberals. Since Obama believes he can re-write laws anytime he wants, how about we re-write election laws and have a snap election, right now, over whether he should keep his job or not. Let’s include a referendum on whether to keep or scuttle Obamacare on the ballot while we’re at it.
No? Why or why not? Show your work.
Republicans are being set up nicely by Obama’s record to go for the gold and elect a real conservative. What will they do with this opportunity?
Update: It looks like YouGov got its labeling screwy. Nice catch by Allahpundit.