Source: Type Alert
Their fight with President Obama over contraceptive coverage is becoming a losing battle for Republicans, a significant chunk of whom reject GOP leaders' stance that it's a fight about religious liberty, according to the latest Washington Times/JZ Analytics poll. While a majority of Republicans side with their party's leaders, a striking 30 percent agree with Mr. Obama's stance that his contraception mandate is about women's health.
Regarding young voters, the poll has even worse news for the GOP.
"Drop this baby right now. Drop it. This is not a winner," John Zogby, the pollster who conducted the survey, said by way of advising the GOP. "I don't know if the White House was smart enough to box Republicans into a corner on this - I don't know if it was by plan - but I think it worked out that way."