A Rasmussen survey of likely voters taken June 29-30 shows that Democrats have work left to do to convince the electorate that Mitt Romney specifically and Republicans generally are “extremist.” In fact, 47 percent of respondents said they consider President Obama’s views “extreme,” while 31 percent used the same word for Romney’s views.
A bare majority, 51 percent, called Romney’s views “mainstream,” while 18 percent said they had no opinion on the matter.
Rasmussen’s July 7 tracking poll shows Romney and Obama tied at 45 percent.
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