Favorability of Obama and Romney after conventions, September 2012

Change in favorability of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney as of September 2012, after both parties held their conventions

Favorability of Obama and Romney after conventions, September 2012 This graph shows the change in favorability of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney after both parties held their national conventions. As of September 2012, both candidates received an increase of 5 to 6 percent in favorability.
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Change in favorability of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney as of September 2012, after both parties held their conventions

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Barack ObamaMitt Romney
More favorable26%25%
Less favorable20%20%
No change48%44%
Don't know5%11%
Barack ObamaMitt Romney
More favorable26%25%
Less favorable20%20%
No change48%44%
Don't know5%11%
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This graph shows the change in favorability of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney after both parties held their national conventions. As of September 2012, both candidates received an increase of 5 to 6 percent in favorability.
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Release date
September 2012
Region
United States
Survey time period
August 23 to September 9, 2012
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