On the eve of the debates, Romney hits an all-time high of personal unfavorables since January. The red line is his unfavorable number, the black his favorable … Since the campaign started, Mitt Romney has never been disliked by more Americans – 49.4 percent, to be precise – than now. The personal dislike of him is unprecedented in recent presidential history.
Those debates had better be dynamite, hadn’t they?
The more voters get to know him, the less they like Mitt Romney, and yet polls show that millions of Americans — mostly older white people — despise Pres. Obama so much that they are willing to vote for someone they already know they can’t stand in order to oust the president.
Romney could well win in November, but if he does, he will have the briefest honeymoon with voters ever. It could be over by Inauguration Day. Afterwards, he’ll be chasing George W. Bush’s record as the most unpopular president in the history of presidential polling.