Although it’s still way too early to make any accurate predictions for the 2012 presidential election, a new Quinnipiac Poll taken between August 17th to 23rd shows, that although newly announced Republican candidate Rick Perry is leading his fellow rivals, Mitt Romney still stand a better chance.
While Perry leads the Republican field, Romney poses a stronger challenge to Obama in a general election, according to the Aug. 16-23 poll of 2,730 voters, which has a margin of error of 1.9 percentage points. Romney and Obama each would win about 47 percent of the vote in a November 2012 match-up, according to the poll. Obama topped Perry 45 percent to 42 percent, the poll showed.
What’s even more fascinating however, is this piece of information; the poll also found that “men and white voters prefer Romney to Obama, while the president leads both Romney and Perry among women.”
Again, this is more proof that women are truly smarter than men. Listen to the women guys!