Issue: 2012 U.S. ElectionRSS

(11/20/12) -

Few Americans Say Bipartisanship Will Flourish in Washington

Just 31 per cent of respondents believe Republicans and Democrats will find a way to work together and do what’s best for America.

(11/05/12) -

Obama Holds Upper Hand Over Romney in National U.S. Race

Incumbent particularly strong with younger voters and Independents—Republican remains ahead among voters aged 55 and over.

(11/05/12) -

Obama Holds Three-Point Edge Over Romney in Ohio

Incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown keeps the upper hand over Republican rival Josh Mandel in the U.S. Senate race.

(11/05/12) -

Florida Too Close to Call as Romney and Obama Are Tied

Democrat Bill Nelson would get a new six-year term in the U.S. Senate in the contest against GOP challenger Connie Mack IV.

(11/05/12) -

Obama Extends Advantage Over Romney in Wisconsin

In the U.S. Senate race, Tammy Baldwin and Tommy Thompson are separated by just two points.

(11/05/12) -

Romney Gains, But Still Trails Obama in Pennsylvania

Democrat Bob Casey Jr. would defeat Republican challenger Tom Smith in the U.S. Senate race.

(11/05/12) -

President Obama Stays Ahead of Challenger Romney in Michigan

In the U.S. Senate race, Democrat Debbie Stabenow continues to lead Republican Pete Hoekstra.

(10/30/12) -

Obama Clearly Preferred Over Romney in Canada and Britain

Most respondents think the incumbent American president has been “good” for their respective countries.

(10/22/12) -

Will Romney Suffer Gore’s Fate in 2012?

Romney’s national surge, particularly after the first presidential debate, did not lead to gains in the states he needs to win in.

(10/22/12) -

Florida Voters Give Romney a Five-Point Lead Over Obama

Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson is ahead of Republican candidate Connie Mack IV in the U.S. Senate race.