Female swing voters like Romney’s new television ad

Mitt Romney’s newest television ad has been effective in appealing to undecided female voters who supported President Obama in 2008, focus groups are indicating.

In his “Too Many Americans” ad, which has began airing last week, Romney speaks directly to the camera and says, “President Obama and I both care about poor and middle-class families. The difference is my policies will make things better for them.”

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The Republican-aligned group Resurgent Republic conducted focus groups and released its findings Monday. The results indicated that female swing voters are more likely to view Romney favorably after seeing the video.

“He seemed more real, more laid back, more compassionate,” one woman in the focus group said, according to the report.

“He cares about the poor and middle class families,” said another.

Other responses included: “[He’s] more relatable,” “He has a plan,” “I actually believed what he said and want to know how he’s going to do it” and “[He] seemed caring.”

Via Daily Caller
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