Herman Cain Leads Obama in General Election Poll PDF Print E-mail
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Written by J D Gordon   
Tuesday, 25 October 2011 11:04

Respected public opinion polling firm, Rasmussen Reports released a new report showing Herman Cain ahead of President Obama in a hypothetical general election contest, pulling in 43 percent compared with Obama's 41 percent.

“Cain now has the chance to make the case for why he should be the challenger to Mitt Romney,” says Scott Rasmussen, president of Rasmussen Reports.

2012 Presidential Matchups: Oct. 14-15, 2011

Obama

41%

Cain

43%

Obama

49%

Gingrich

34%

Obama

49%

Perry

35%

Obama

43%

Romney

41%

Obama

42%

Johnson

27%

Obama

45%

Santorum

34%

Obama

44%

Paul

34%

Obama

48%

Bachmann

32%

Obama

43%

Huntsman

35%


“After I win the Republican nomination, I will beat President Obama in the general election.  The American people are tired of the failed economic policies of the current administration.  President Obama’s plan to tax and spend our way out of this mess will not work,” said Republican candidate Herman Cain.

Mr. Cain continued: “My ‘9-9-9 Plan’ is resonating with America because it is fair, simple and a real solution to the economic situation we are in.  That is why more and more Americans are dropping their support for Obama and joining the Cain Train.”
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