The presidential tracking poll released by pollster Scott Rasmussen this morning puts Mitt Romney seven points ahead of President Obama, a possible sign that some Obama supporters are turned off by Obama’s announcement this week that he supports gay marriage.
The poll is based on a three day rolling average, which suggests it includes a portion of people surveyed since Obama’s position became known midday Wednesday.
The 50 percent level is the highest for Romney in Rasmussen’s polls. The Republican has move up sharply in recent days.
H/T Drudge Report.