Wednesday’s Washington Examiner takes a look at the perceived pessimism growing in voters about the prospects for 2012 Republican candidate. But Byron York writes that this unhappiness is something mostly perpetuated by the media, and that voters simply haven’t made their minds up yet, as David Winston says:
“I’m not sure I’ve seen any,” says Republican pollster David Winston. “There is this sense that since we haven’t gotten to a clear, decisive winner, then that means there must be dissatisfaction. But it could mean that people are still thinking it through.”
To read the full article, you can access it at campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com.