What a difference a year makes. According to Rasmussen Reports:
Voters now trust Republicans more than Democrats on nine out of 10 key issues regularly tracked by Rasmussen Reports.
But the latest national survey finds that the two major political parties are much closer this month on the top issue of the economy. Forty-six percent (46%) of voters trust the GOP more on economic issues, while 42% trust Democrats more. Another 12% are undecided. Last month, Republicans held an 11-point edge on the issue and had a 12-point lead in November.
Nine months is a long time in politics. Indeed, the GOP edge has dropped of late. But Democratic legislators still aren’t likely to hold many Obama-appreciation dinners after the November elections.
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