Romney sees no immediate bounce after announcing Ryan as VP
Washington, Aug. 16 (ANI): Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney's standing in the presidential election campaign has 'not benefited from any material bounce' among Americans after announcing Wisconsin Republican Paul Ryan as his vice-presidential running mate, a new poll has shown.
According to the new Gallup Poll, 47 percent Americans said they supported Romney four days after his announcement, while 45 percent said they would vote for President Barack Obama.
In the four days prior to his announcement, 46 percent Americans had backed Romney and 45 percent backed Obama, CBS News reports.
The Gallup suggests that Romney may get a delayed bounce, as his polling numbers were slightly better in the second half of the four-day period, the report added. (ANI)
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