By Donna Garner

Great News in Ohio: Rasmussen poll on national security – Romney 52%, Obama 42%

Entire Rasmussen Ohio poll:  Romney 50%, Obama 48%

This Rasmussen telephone poll of likely voters was taken on Oct. 28, 2012, two days after Fox News broke the story that the Obama administration had twice denied military support for Ambassador Stevens, his military team, and those Marines in the CIA annex during the Sept. 11 battle in Benghazi that lasted over seven hours. All were killed while U. S. fighter jets and Delta Special Forces were less than two hours away (480 miles) at a U. S. military base in Italy.  


During the entire battle, two U. S. drones were sending real time pictures to the White House Situation Room, the Pentagon, the CIA, and the State Department. 


On Sept. 14 at the memorial service for Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, Hillary Clinton lied to his father by saying the video and the protest were to blame.   


10.26.12 -- “BREAKING: CIA operators were denied request for help during Benghazi attack, sources say” --


10.25.12 – “Father of Slain SEAL at Benghazi Shares His First-Hand Experiences with Obama and Hilary” --


A week ago, Romney and Obama were tied in Ohio.


Romney has a large lead among voters in Ohio who have not voted but still plan to vote.


Among all Ohio voters, when asked whom they trust on the economy, 53% voted for Romney; 41% for Obama – that is a 12-point lead for Romney.


Romney gained 4 points on the economy issue in Ohio since last week.


Romney also leads Obama by 8 points on job creation and energy policy.



Link to 10.28.12 Rasmussen Ohio Poll Results: 



Donna Garner