Forty-eight percent of adults polled felt they had 'nothing at all' in common with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, according to a new poll from Yahoo! and Esquire released Wednesday. Only 5 percent of those polled felt they had 'a lot' in common with the former governor.
President Obama carried a bit more commonality with those polled -- while 36 percent believed they had 'nothing at all' in common with the president, 14 percent believed they had 'a lot,' and 48 percent believed they had 'some' or 'a little' commonality with Obama.
The PollTracker average pegs Romney's favorability rating at 42.3 percent against an unfavorability rating of 44.6 percent. Obama enjoys a 6-point positive margin, 49.5 percent viewing him favorably and 43.3 percent unfavorably.