2012 election: Obama voters' reasons why he should win

Reasons for Obama voters wanting their candidate to win the 2012 election as of September

2012 election: Obama voters' reasons why he should win This survey shows the opinion of Obama voters on why their candidate should win the election for President. It was found that 13 percent of registered voters who would vote for Obama stated that he should win because he had done a good job during his presidency.
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Reasons for Obama voters wanting their candidate to win the 2012 election as of September

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Share of respondents
Done a good job13%
Other 12%
For the middle class10%
Deserves another chance/term9%
Allow him to continue policies9%
Economy/jobs8%
Health care7%
Against Romney6%
Like his positions (general)5%
Democrat5%
The better candidate4%
Better for the country3%
Anti Republican2%
Smart/intelligent2%
Romney favors rich/not middle class2%
Share of respondents
Done a good job13%
Other 12%
For the middle class10%
Deserves another chance/term9%
Allow him to continue policies9%
Economy/jobs8%
Health care7%
Against Romney6%
Like his positions (general)5%
Democrat5%
The better candidate4%
Better for the country3%
Anti Republican2%
Smart/intelligent2%
Romney favors rich/not middle class2%
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This survey shows the opinion of Obama voters on why their candidate should win the election for President. It was found that 13 percent of registered voters who would vote for Obama stated that he should win because he had done a good job during his presidency.
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Release date
September 2012
Region
United States
Survey time period
September 12 to 16, 2012
Number of respondents
2,424 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
Registered voters
Method of interview
Telephone interview
Supplementary notes
Multiple responses were allowed.
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