It looks like Mitt Romney didn't get a bounce coming out of the last week's Republican National Convention.
"We have been monitoring the potential impact of the Republican convention on the presidential race on a day-by-day basis," writes Gallup's editor-in-chief Frank Newport. "So far, we don't see an impact."
Maybe it was because Romney's acceptance speech didn't seem to excite voters very much.
Another Gallup poll shows that 38% of national adults rated Romney's convention speech as either excellent or good. That's the lowest percentage since Gallup began tracking this question in 1996!
Here's how other past convention speeches rated. And take our poll!:
58% said Obama's '08 speech was excellent or good
52% for Kerry's '04 speech
52% for Dole's '96 speech
51% for Gore's '00 speech
51% for Bush's '00 speech
49% for Bush's '04 speech
47% for McCain's '08 speech
38% for Romney's '12 speech
The Gallup poll also found that 40% of national adults said the GOP's convention made them more likely to vote for Romney, while 38% said it made them less likely.