Sami Shamieh (@Sami_Shamieh) July 15, 2012
According to a new survey conducted by CNN Money, 75 percent of those surveyed say they believe Mitt Romney would be better than President Obama on improving the financial markets.
You must scroll down into the meat of this article to find the results:
About 75% of those surveyed agree that a victory for Republican hopeful Mitt Romney, who advocates extending all of the Bush-era tax cuts, is the most favorable outcome for the market. Many are also hoping for the GOP to gain control of both the House and the Senate.
Really? A guy who has run businesses in the private sector getting elected might help the economy when it is about as low as it can get? Who knew?
Ironically, that is the same percentage of respondents to a recent Gallup survey who said Romney’s wealth was not a determinant in whether or not they would vote for the former Massachusetts governor.
Gallup poll on Romney's wealth: 20% less likely to vote for him, 75% no difference, 4% more likely to vote for him—
The Z Man (@MikeZaccardi) July 15, 2012