Reuters Report’s - President Barack Obama has a broad lead above potential Republican rivals for the presidential election in 2012, but faces serious misgivings about his treatment of the U.S. economy, a Reuters/Ipsos poll found on Wednesday.
Forty-five percent of Americans said they consider Obama will succeed in re-election, a 1O-point development over a related poll taken previous to November's congressional elections.
In a poll taken days after the May 2 killing of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, the U.S. president's endorsement rating was at 49 percent, a 3-point increase over last month. Other surveys have given Obama a larger post-bin Laden boost.
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