Who's Better Off Under President Obama

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be asking a lot of voters this fall whether they feel better off under President Obama. If enough of them answer no, that could help Romney unseat the president. And Romney might get his wish: A recent USA Today/Gallup poll found that 56 percent of voters in key swing states said they are not better off than they were four years ago.

President Obama leads Mitt Romney among registered voters not likely to vote

They represent 44 percent of the electorate and back President Obama 2 to 1 over Mitt Romney, but they are unlikely to make a difference on Election Day. A USA Today/Suffolk University poll published Wednesday shows Obama leads his Republican challenger by a wide margin among registered voters who say they probably won’t cast ballots this fall. In the survey, 43 percent of unlikely voters said ...