I'm a little late to this, but a new USA Today/Gallup poll shows that voters continue to think Mitt Romney would do a better job on the economy than Barack Obama.
61% say Mitt would do either a "very good" or "good job", while 52% say the same about Obama.
BUT... when matched up head-to-head, voters pick Romney by only 2%. Independents prefer pick Mitt over Obama on the economy, 50%-40%.
The recurring question of this election will be whether Mitt Romney's fairly consistent lead on the economy is enough to overcome Barack Obama's much larger lead on likability. After all, those seem to be the two largest gaps between the candidates.
Last month, for example, an ABC survey showed Obama with a 38% lead over Romney on likability (his biggest advantage) and Romney with a 4% lead on the economy (his biggest advantage).