[credit provider=”Getty”] The numbers that jump out immediately from the new Quinnipiac/CBS/New York Times poll released Wednesday morning are the staggering advantages President Barack Obama holds with women over Mitt Romney. Most eye-popping are the 20-plus-point leads he holds in Ohio and Pennsylvania. 50-eight per cent of women choose Obama in Ohio, compared […]
[credit provider=”AP”] President Barack Obama is maintaining a significant advantage over Mitt Romney in Virginia, according to a new Public Policy Polling survey released Tuesday. Obama leads Romney by 8 points, the same amount he led by in the last poll by the Democratic-leaning firm.Much of that strength in Virginia comes from […]
President Barack Obama made yet another push for the women’s vote today, dropping in on a White House conference call to urge the Senate to pass legislation that would help ensure female workers are paid the same as their male peers.
[credit provider=”Flickr / Ruin Raider” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/bobex_pics/3456600900/in/photostream/”] The new CBS/New York Times poll out last evening is, on the surface, the biggest disaster for the Barack Obama campaign at this point in the 2012 election. Down overall? Check. Voters frustrated with the economy and how things are going? Check. Gay marriage endorsement […]
[credit provider=”Heritage Foundation”] “Julia” is the mythical composite girl created by the Barack Obama campaign as an example of how the average U.S. woman would benefit under Obama’s policies. Julia did not go over too well with conservatives yesterday. One conservative group — The Heritage Foundation — decided to make a […]
[credit provider=”Barack Obama campaign” url=”http://www.barackobama.com/life-of-julia”] Conservatives on Twitter are fighting back against another Barack Obama “composite” girl. Yesterday, it was an apparent revelation that Obama “compressed” multiple ex-girlfriends into one in his memoir “Dreams from My Father,” which he actually already “revealed” in the book.
[credit provider=”Peace Education centre | Flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/peaceedcenter/7122464715/”] Next up in the Democrats’ effort to put Republicans on the wrong side of women’s issues: A new bill to combat gender-based pay disparities.With the general election in full swing, Republicans are working overtime to repair their image with female voters.
Here’s Sen. Al Franken today, breaking down and crying while discussing the Violence Against Women Act on the Senate floor. (Via The Huffington Post)
[credit provider=”AP”] The first Quinnipiac poll of the general election season is out this morning, and it shows that President Obama is leading Mitt Romney overall. Why? Because despite everything — and they have done a lot — Republicans and Mitt Romney simply cannot attract women.
[credit provider=”AP”] The War on Women came and (hopefully) went without a victor. A new Reuters/Ipsos poll out Tuesday showed that women’s preferences of candidates remain virtually unchanged from the March poll. Women are still supporting President Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by a wide margin.
On last night’s Daily Show, Jon Stewart noticed one quote that stuck out from Ann Romney’s appearance on Fox News last week:
Don’t know if Mitt Romney has purchased a “mums Do Work” mug from the RNC yet, but he might want to take a look at some of his past statements in the so-called “War on mums” conversation.