Poll: 52 Percent of Registered Voters Would Prefer Obama Over for Dinner to Romney’s 33 Percent

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Poll:  52 Percent of Registered Voters Would Prefer Obama Over for Dinner to Romney’s 33 Percent (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

OTUS:  “The American public may be divided on “Obamacare,” but when faced with choosing a candidate to care for them if illness struck, President Obama is their man. By a 13 point margin — 49-36 percent — registered voters polled by ABC News chose the president over Mitt Romney to nurse them back to health.”

When asked who they thought “would make a more loyal friend,” the results were about the same. By a 50-36 percent count, respondents said Obama was more likely to stick with them through trying times.

As for suppertime, still more ugly numbers for Romney. Fifty-two percent of registered voters polled by ABC News said they’d rather have Obama visit their homes for dinner. Just 33 percent said they’d prefer Romney at the table.

But it’s not a total wipeout for the Republican. On what ABC News poll chief Gary Langer calls the most instructive question — which candidate they’d rather have “as the captain of a ship in a storm” — Romney loses to Obama, but by just three points, 46-43 percent.

 Poll:  52 Percent of Registered Voters Would Prefer Obama Over for Dinner to Romneys 33 Percent
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