Democratic Pollster Peter Hart argued that President Obama needs to show more "vision" in his reelection campaign, reports First Read. Hart conducted a focus group of swing voters in Colorado, and said in an interview with NBC News that the takeaway is that Obama needs to focus more on the middle class and a path forward.
“[The public] need a sense of a vision, they need a sense of hope, they need to be able to see that it’s not just the old Obama giving them the charisma and the cool. They need to see substance over style,” Hart said.
Hart also emphasized that voters want to see Obama connect with struggling Americans. “Our focus groups show that voters see a lot of glamour and glitz from the Obama administration; they're wondering where the vision, where the valor is going to be," he said.