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.
CNN POLL: 75% Of Financial Experts Say Romney Victory Would Improve Markets-http://po.st/v5UQsF #mitt2012 & other 25% say BHO would destroy!
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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?
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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
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