Gallup Daily tracking indicates Barack Obama is receiving less support in the 2012 presidential election from some of the white subgroups that gave him the strongest support in 2008. These include non-Hispanic white registered voters who are 18 to 29 years old, female postgrads, and the nonreligious, among others.All the details can be found here. Just another sign that Obama is losing ground pretty much everywhere except among black voters.
Obama won the 2008 election comfortably over John McCain, but the 2012 election contest with Mitt Romney is shaping up to be more competitive, with the two statistically tied since Gallup started Daily tracking on the race in April. These findings partly explain why.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
These groups were part of his base last time, this time...not so much:
Posted by Rick Moore on 6/13/2012