Rasmussen: GOP Takes Lead on Health Care

From Rasmussen (emphasis mine):For the first time in over two years of polling, voters trust Republicans slightly more than Democrats on the handling of the issue of health care.  The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that voters favor the GOP on the issue 44% to 41%.Democrats held a four-point lead on the issue last month and a 10-point lead in June.With this dramatic reversal on which party the American people trust to handle health care, Republicans now lead Democrats on nine of the 10 issues the people deem most important:  health care, the economy, education, national security, abortion, social security, taxes, immigration and government ethics.  On only one issue, Iraq, do the Dems manage to eke out a tie.And on Rasmussen's Generic Congressional Ballot:Republican candidates have now matched their biggest lead over Democrats of the past several years....[...]The level of support for Democratic candidates is unchanged this week, but backing...(Read Full Post)