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The Cornfield Eye on the Polls - June 24th
Between now and the general election on November 6, there are going to be daily, weekly and monthly polls covering almost every contest imaginable. Some are local, some are state and some - actually most - will be on the presidential race.
Until Election Day, I am going to try and give a synopsis of what the pollsters reveal for both voters, candidates and campaigns to chomp and chew.
Not Easy Being Green: Seems about 60% of Americans now believe human activity is making the enviroment worse. Even those who see little or no change in the environment 52% say humans are to blame. Looking down the road 4 in 10 Americans see the environment getting worse while 2 in 10 see it getting better.
Affordable Care Act: A Reuters/Ipsos poll finds that most Americans oppose the ACA, 56% - 44%. Yet at the same time most are for some of the provisions of the law. Not so liked is the individual mandate opposed by 61%.
The Undecided: A new Associated Press/GfK poll finds that 25% of voters are still up for grabs and waiting to be sold on either President Barack Obama or presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
From the Cornfield, there you have the latest of The Cornfield Eye on the Polls.