From International Business Times:
Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Ron Paul have better a chance of defeating incumbent President Barack Obama nationally, according to the latest USA Today/Gallup poll results.
Ron Paul, who has improved his national acceptability considerably in the past month, is behind Obama just by three points. Paul received 46 percent while Obama received 49 percent of votes from the registered voters.
According to the USA Today/Gallup poll, Romney has tied with Obama nationally at 48 percent and holds an edge over other Republican candidates in electability against the incumbent president.
The remaining two Republican candidates, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich, perform badly against Obama. While Santorum has a deficit of eight points with Obama, in case of a head- to-head match with him, Gingrich trails the president by 12 points in a one-on-one battle.
Source: Revolution PAC. Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore.