Bachmann's take on the single woman's vote, Pres. Obama's wealth

Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is making the rounds at the Republican National Convention. Bachmann explains her take on the single woman's vote and President Obama's income.
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Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is making the rounds at the Republican National Convention this week in Tampa. CNN's Piers Morgan snagged an interview with the former presidential candidate on the convention floor where Bachmann explains why single women's gas tanks will fare better under a Mitt Romney administration.

Bachmann tells FOX news that single women prefer Obama because they want security and jobs. A Fox poll shows Obama at 48 percent among likely female voters compared to 42 percent for Romney.

In an interview with USA Today, Bachmann says that President Obama is "extremely wealthy" and suggests the President can't relate to the "common man." In the clip, the congresswoman does not comment on Romney's wealth.

New York Magazine breaks down the finances of both President Obama and Mitt Romney: Obama's net worth is estimated to be $7.3 million while Romney is estimated to be worth anywhere from $190 million to $500 million.

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