Senior Voters Concerned About Romney’s Medicare Plan
The concern of Medicare by the senior voters is on the rise. Voters 65 and older are concerned with what Mitt Romney will do with Medicare. Currently, Romney is falling behind in Ohio, Virginia, and Florida. The voters in the poll in those 3 states voted President Barack Obama 59 percent and Romney 36 percent, when Medicare was a great concern.
Republican Vice President candidate Paul Ryan spoke briefly about Medicare to seniors in New Orleans. He told the audience that the first step would be to cut Obamacare. The audience was far from happy by this statement.
A Romney spokesperson said the polls on Medicare are irrelevant when it comes to what Governor Romney has in store and the questions asked did not give the correct outlook on what he wants to do.