Rasmussen Generic Ballot 2012 – Republican Candidate 48%, Obama 43%

Eighty-six percent (86%) of GOP voters support a generic candidate from their party, while 82% of Democrats back the president. Voters not affiliated with either political party favor the Republican 46% to 38%.
Male voters support the GOP candidate by 11 points, while females are evenly divided. Voters under the age of 40 favor the president, while their elders back the Republican.  Ninety-three percent (93%) of black voters and 53% of voters of other races back Obama, while 55% of whites prefer the Republican.

Conservatives (79%) overwhelmingly support the Republican, while 82% of liberals – and a majority (54%) of moderates – like the president.

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