War on Women hurts Obama’s support among women

After Democrats accused Republicans of a War on Women, a new poll shows that they may have a problem of their own in that demographic.

A New York Times poll released on Monday shows that Obama’s support among women has dropped five points in the last two months from 49 percent to 44 percent. Romney’s support from women has risen from 43 percent to 46 percent.

Polls conducted in mid-April and in the midst of the War on Women showed Obama ahead of Romney among women. Since then numerous events have occurred to put a damper on the Democrat’s support of women including Hilary Rosen’s comment that Ann Romney, “never worked a day in her life.”

The poll which was done in conjunction with CBS, shows that 67 percent of the participants believe Obama made his endorsement on same-sex marriage for “political reasons.”

After the poll was released from the left-leaning news organization, Democrats said the poll was “biased.” The same-sex marriage announcement and the War on Women that the left has used to attack Republicans has proven to be ineffective and a failure.

 

 

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  1. Piccaros says:

    THIS COUNTRY ALREADY HAS LOST ITS SOVEREINTY AND THE AMERICAN CULTURE.HERE IS YOUR TRUE ANSWER.GINGRICH, ROMNEY, SANTORUM AND A BUNCH OF OTHER WANNABES ARE ALL IN CAHUTZ WITH THE SHADOW GOVERNMENT (THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS CFR) AND NONE OF THEM SHOULD BE ELECTED.WHAT DID I JUST HEAR THAT HILLARY CLINTON IS GOING TO QUIT HER JOB IN THE STATE DEPT. (NOT THAT THIS IS A BAD THING SINCE SHE NEVER REPRESENTED THE AMERICAN PEOPLE JUST BILDERBERGERS AND THE CFR ELITE. WHO APPARENTLY MADE ROOM FOR HER ON THE JEWISH CONTROLLED WORLD BANK).PEOPLE DO YOUR HOME WORK.THE CONSTITUTION IS BEING TRAMPLED ON IN PLAIN SIGHT BY NOW. WE HAVE TO GET RID OF THIS CORRUPT RIFF-RAFF IN THAT CESSPOOL CALLED WASHINGTON. TERM LIMITS ARE IN ORDER WITHOUT ANY RETIREMENT BENEFITS FOR THESE COHGRESSIONAL PART TIMERS.I HAVE ADVOCATED FOR DECADES THAT THERE SHOULD BE A TEST TO OBTAIN A LICENSE TO VOTE IN ORDER TO ELIMINATE THE IGNORAMI FROM THE CORRUPT SYSTEM.RON PAUL IS THE ONLY TRUE AND HONEST CANDIDATE. THE REST IS JUST A SAMMELSURIUM OF PUPPETS.Warning: Mike Huckabee should also be on this list! In 2007, Huckabee sttead that hisforeign policy advisor would be Richard N. Haass, the president of the CFR!

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