A new Rasmussen survey finds that voters trust Republicans more than Democrats in 6 out of 10 examined issues, with Republicans being favored on the issue most on voters' minds - the economy - 45% to 39%. It's the first time in two years that Republicans have been favored on the economy.
This comes despite another Rasmussen survey from last week showing that 62% of voters blame Bush and not Obama for the economy's ails.
And all of this in light of a recent Gallup survey which shows that a whopping 25% of people think the GOP is "unfavorable."
What do we learn? Absolutely nothing, especially from polls with sampling errors of 3% either way.