Just as Mitt Romney's campaign decides that it's going to stop trying to get the public to fall in love with the candidate, the public starts to fall in love with the candidate.
Sort of. Okay, not really but there's some good news for him.
Fifty percent of Americans now have a favorable opinion of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, up from 39% in February and his highest by 10 percentage points. His current 41% unfavorable rating, though, leaves him with a net score of +9, after being at -8 in February.
Having half Americans like you isn't too bad. Maybe he could work on that laugh to gain a few more fans.