A recent article in USA Today addresses the issue of Medicare, one major focus in this year’s presidential election. Polls are showing that Obama has a lead over Romney in his handling of Medicare, which looks like there is a huge disadvantage for Republicans. But David Winston doesn’t think so:
“Now we’re still behind but six points is significantly better than being minus 25,” he says. “That’s an improvement.”
It is an issue on which neither side scores very well, he adds. “The country is still waiting for somebody to come up with a solution that will work. That will end up making it a draw — which for Republicans is a good outcome.”
To read more, turn to USA Today online.