POLL DU JOUR

The Washington Times Daily - - Politics -

82 per­cent of likely Re­pub­li­can vot­ers think Rick San­to­rum would be “more ef­fec­tive” if he fo­cused mostly on the econ­omy and jobs in his cam­paign.

11 per­cent say he should fo­cus on “val­ues, morals and faith”; 7 per­cent are un­sure.

64 per­cent of Repub­li­cans say Mitt Rom­ney’s back­ground as a pri­vate eq­uity in­vestor makes him “more pre­pared” than his ri­vals to cre­ate jobs.

26 per­cent say his back­ground does not make him more pre­pared; 10 per­cent are un­sure.

64 per­cent of Repub­li­cans say su­per PACS can “hurt the pri­mary process.”

20 per­cent say su­per PACS can “help the process”; 16 per­cent are un­de­cided.

46 per­cent of Repub­li­cans say the nom­i­nat­ing process has been too neg­a­tive; 33 per­cent say it is bal­anced; 16 per­cent say it’s pos­i­tive.

Source: A Bloomberg News poll of 1,002 U.S. adults con­ducted March 8 to 11; the sam­ple in­cluded 377 Repub­li­cans.)

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