1. Newsweek Poll: Trump Fares ‘Surprisingly Well’ vs. Obama
A stunning new poll shows that Barack Obama would barely beat business tycoon Donald Trump in a head-to-head race for the presidency.
In the Newsweek/Daily Beast poll, Obama received 43 percent of the votes, while Trump — who has announced that he is seriously considering a run for the White House in 2012 — was right behind with 41 percent.
The survey also found Obama leading Mitt Romney by two percentage points, 49 percent to 47 percent. In a three-way race with Trump, Obama got 44 percent, Romney 38 percent, and Trump 8 percent.
But Trump fared far better in a three-way contest involving Sarah Palin. While Obama received 51 percent to Palin’s 40 percent in a head-to-head matchup, with Trump in the race Obama dipped to 48 percent, Palin plunged to 21 percent, and Trump received 20 percent.
“We found that some of the GOP’s biggest names would be wise to keep an eye out for Trump, who did surprisingly well,” Newsweek observed.
“Could he play the Ross Perot wild-card role in 2012?”
In a recent interview with Newsmax.TV, Trump declared that “there’s a very good chance” he will run for president, saying, “I hate what’s happening to this country.”
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Have a good time. But obama is the 'their heired boy'. Obama will be reelected. Why should they change horses in mid-stream unless the country goes into a complete tail-spin.
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