Gallup poll finds Mitt Romney also insulted low-income Republicans who would vote for him in the general election. Oopsy!
Gallup — Although President Barack Obama has a substantial voting edge over Republican Mitt Romney among low-income Americans, Romney still gets about a third of the vote among those whose household incomes are less than $24,000 a year. Although Romney does better on the other end of the income scale, Obama gets the support of more than four in 10 Americans who make $180,000 a year or more.
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