Another 54 percent of those polled indicated they’d prefer to hit the road and travel with the president. Just 29 percent wanted to catch a ride with Romney for a road trip.

Obama also bested Romney in the poll when it comes to canines — a surprise point of contention in the race. 

Fifty-two percent of those polled picked the commander in chief to look after their dog. Obama has said he ate dog meat as a child overseas, and joked at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner earlier this year that “pitbull is delicious."

Romney would be trusted to watch the dogs of 27 percent of those polled. The Republican nominee is still trying to shake the tale from 1983 that he put his pet dog, Seamus, in a kennel on the roof of his car during a road trip to Canada.

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