Posted by | October 1, 2012 16:47 | Filed under: Top Stories

Mitt Romney offended more than just 47% of Americans with his remarks on that portion of the citizenry, according to Pew.

Overall, 55% of registered voters who identify Romney as the candidate who made the “47%” comments have a negative reaction to them, while fewer than half as many (23%) have a positive reaction . Nearly one-in-five (22%) react neutrally (19%) or have no opinion (3%).

Democrats overwhelmingly react negatively to Romney’s comments (88%). And 55% of independents who are aware of Romney’s comments say they have a negative reaction; just 18% view his comments positively.

GOP voters aware of Romney’s statement have mixed opinions: 54% react positively, while 29% have a neutral reaction or don’t know, and 17% react negatively.

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.