McCain more trusted than Obama, says Rasmussen
When asked which candidate they trust more in certain areas of public life it seems McCain is the man to trust, according to this report from Rasmussen.
When it comes to the economy, 47% of voters trust John McCain more than Barack Obama. Obama is trusted more by 41%. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey also found that, when it comes to the War in Iraq, McCain is trusted more by 49% of voters. Obama is preferred by 37%. McCain has an even larger edge—53% to 31%–on the broader topic of National Security. These results are little changed from a month ago.
Obama enjoys a 43% to 39% advantage when it comes to government ethics and reducing corruption. McCain has a 44% to 38% advantage on taxes.
Interesting. I wonder how that might change after Obama officially wins the Dem nomination and his views on the issues start coming under more scrutiny and comparison.
(Hat tip: Instapundit.)