White House Battle Lacks Enthusiasm ... For Now

If this situation persists. The presidential candidate who does a better job of turning out their base, particularly outside of the battleground states, could ultimately be the winner. Gerald F. Seib at The Wall Street Journal has more:

"A look at some leading enthusiasm indicators indicates how important the race to build enthusiasm will be over the next six months. Mr. Obama has some clear problems to worry about on the enthusiasm front, particularly among those young voters so crucial to him four years ago. But Mr. Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, has some enthusiasm soft spots of his own to fret about."

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published this page in In The News 2012-05-08 13:29:39 -0400
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