U.S. President Barack Obama will take the case for acting on climate change to Al Roker and other TV weather personalities, hoping they can help convince the public that the risks of floods and droughts is a reason to curb greenhouse gases.
Gallup, whose final 2012 election poll showed Republican challenger Mitt Romney leading President Barack Obama, said today that its likely-voters screen and too few interviews on the East and West coasts contributed to its failure to forecast the final vote accurately.
President Barack Obama’s job approval climbed to its highest level since June following a series of reports showing that the economy is strengthening and employment prospects for Americans are improving.
Republican nominee Mitt Romney leads President Barack Obama by 4 percentage points among likely voters in a Pew Research Center poll that shows the Republican challenger getting a bounce from last week’s debate.
If Mitt Romney’s reluctance to bare his soul made it easier for his critics to define him, as his wife says, his acceptance speech tonight for the Republican presidential nomination is his big chance to change that.