(Reuters) - With President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney delivering dueling visions for the U.S. economy in speeches on Thursday, a majority of independents said that Obama's policies have made it harder for Americans to gain employment, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed on Friday.
Fifty-two percent of independents said they
agreed with the idea that the president has not helped create more jobs
in America, an argument central to Romney's campaign.
appears to have trouble convincing some members of his own party that
his administration has been good for jobs: 29 percent of Democrats said
they agreed with the claim that he has not been a job creator.
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