You can’t read too much into a daily tracking poll, but it is good news:
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Tuesday shows Mitt Romney earning 49% of the vote and President Obama attracting 44% support.
It’s a daily tracking poll, but dig down deeper and you see that over the past few months Romney has the edge:
Romney’s support has remained within three points of 46% every day for more than two months. Obama’s numbers have stayed within two points of 45% every day for nearly two months.
Do the math and that averages to a +1 to +2 advantage for Romney over the past two months. Even better, Obama’s floor is 42% while Romney’s is 43%. And Obama’s ceiling is 47% while Romney’s is 49%.
But that’s not the best news:
Republicans have a three-point advantage on the Generic Congressional Ballot.
The bigger the Romney surge, the better the chances we have to take the Senate! This will be essential to repealing Obamacare and moving forward on balancing the budget and reforming entitlements.