Romney in New Hampshire (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)Two new polls reveal different findings about whether the Obama campaign's attacks on Mitt Romney's tenure at Bain Capital are hurting the Republican challenger.
A USA Today/Gallup poll released Monday night suggests that "Democratic attacks on Romney seem to have had little effect on voters' assessments of him. In February, 53 percent said the former Massachusetts governor had the personality and leadership qualities a president should have; now 54 percent do."
By a margin of 63 percent to 29 percent, those surveyed say Romney's business background, including his time at Bain, "would cause him to make good decisions, not bad ones" on the economy.
The poll also shows Romney with "a significant advantage" over the president on "managing the economy, reducing the federal budget deficit and creating jobs."
But a Reuters/Ipsos poll released early Tuesday finds that the sustained Democratic attacks on "Romney's business history and refusal to release more tax records appear to be working."Read More »from Are attacks on Romney’s business record working? Polls are split