Just 31 per cent of respondents believe Republicans and Democrats will find a way to work together and do what’s best for America.
Issue: 2012 U.S. ElectionRSS
Incumbent particularly strong with younger voters and Independents—Republican remains ahead among voters aged 55 and over.
Incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown keeps the upper hand over Republican rival Josh Mandel in the U.S. Senate race.
Democrat Bill Nelson would get a new six-year term in the U.S. Senate in the contest against GOP challenger Connie Mack IV.
In the U.S. Senate race, Tammy Baldwin and Tommy Thompson are separated by just two points.
Democrat Bob Casey Jr. would defeat Republican challenger Tom Smith in the U.S. Senate race.
In the U.S. Senate race, Democrat Debbie Stabenow continues to lead Republican Pete Hoekstra.
Most respondents think the incumbent American president has been “good” for their respective countries.
Romney’s national surge, particularly after the first presidential debate, did not lead to gains in the states he needs to win in.
Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson is ahead of Republican candidate Connie Mack IV in the U.S. Senate race.