Public Policy Polling (D) asked the following question of Americans nationally: "Mitt Romney once strapped his dog’s kennel to the roof of his car for a long car trip. Does this make you more or less likely to vote for him, or does it not make a difference?" ...
The results were not good for Romney -- 35 percent of Americans said they were less likely to vote for Romney based on the story, while seven percent said it made them more likely to vote Romney, and a majority of 55 percent said it didn't matter.
I can understand the 35 percent, I can also understand the 55 percent. But what kind of person would be MORE LIKELY to vote for Romney for abusing a dog?