The latest Pew poll shows Mitt Romney leading President Obama by a full six points -- 50% to 44% -- among senior citizens.
Ingrates. The president is saving Medicare recipients billions of dollars by closing the Medicare Part-D donut hole, and yet they're leaning Romney.
A new HHS report indicates that 3.6 million Medicare enrollees saved a total of $2.1 billion in 2011 thanks to these ACA provisions. And since the discounts are phased in slowly between 2010 and 2020, the savings will only increase in the future.
Old people should be at the top of the pro-Obama roster because of this. After all, if Romney is elected, he'll repeal the ACA and the donut hole will open up again, meaning senior citizens will have to pay for life-saving prescriptions out of their own fixed-income pockets for a period time every single year.