Women Favor Obama over Gingrich, New Poll Says
Philadelphia, PA, USA - The Wealth & Freedom Foundation, an organization dedicated to wealth and freedom for the average citizen, recently conducted a public opinion poll regarding the 2012 presidential election.
When posed this question, “Would more women vote for Newt Gingrich or Barack Obama?” a majority of the respondents, 53.87%, said they thought more women would vote for Obama than Gingrich. 33.33% thought Gingrich would win, while 12.8% thought it would be equal or were unsure.
“I’m really not surprised by these poll results”, said Peter J. Bryson, founder of The Wealth & Freedom Foundation. “With recent allegations of sexual impropriety and a history of infidelity it’s clear to see why he would rate poorly amongst women. And let’s just be honest about it, he’s not really a likable candidate compared to Obama.”
The poll also found that a majority of people felt that Gingrich would not be able to defeat Obama if the general election were held today. While 53% of the respondents said that Gingrich could not beat Obama in the 2012 election, 36% thought that he could, and 11% were undecided.
The Wealth & Freedom Foundation, America’s #1 advocate for the wealth and freedom of the average citizen, frequently conducts surveys and political opinion polls. It also publishes a weekly e-newsletter discussing political and financial issues.
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