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Q Poll: Rick Perry tied with Barack Obama, who's in trouble

From a new Quinnipiac poll of the nation's voters:

Texas Gov. Rick Perry has zoomed to the front of the line of GOP presidential candidates with a 24 - 18 percent lead over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney among Republican voters, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released today. Romney and President Barack Obama are in a dead heat while Perry trails the president by 3 points in 2012 matchups. 

Republicans and Democrats are tied 38 - 38 percent when the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University survey asks American voters who they would vote for in the 2012 races for U.S. Congress - the so-called "generic ballot." 

The percentage of all registered voters who say President Obama deserves a second term in the Oval Office has fallen to a negative 42 - 51 percent, matching a 41 - 50 percent all-time low reading on whether he deserves another four years in office from a March 30 survey. 

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Melvina

What is wrong with people? The more these republithugs say they want to take EVERYTHING from them and give it to their corporate masters, while passing laws based on their extreme religious agenda (which is against all other Christian sects), the more the tea baggers are for voting against their own best interests. Have tea baggers given up all common sense, and the ability to think for themselves?

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