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    “Is the end in sight?” Chart of the Day

    “Is the end in sight?” Chart of the Day

    From Gallup, which registers Obama’s lowest approval rating ever:

    President Barack Obama’s 11th quarter in office was the worst of his administration, based on his quarterly average job approval ratings. His 41% approval average is down six percentage points from his 10th quarter in office, and is nearly four points below his previous low of 45% during his seventh quarter.

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    Cowboy Curtis | October 21, 2011 at 12:17 pm

    I don’t see how he wins reelection when 59% of the country is clearly racist.

    It’s just a shame that Obama blew all that bipartisan support of America coming together with his election, only to be squandered on a partisan agenda.

    Sigh. And still I hear people saying he has TRIED to bring people together, TRIED to work with Republicans. When? In the 2 twenty minute meetings he had with them? Seriously?


     
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    GrumpyOne | October 21, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    I’m surprised that the figure is not lower but I suppose that reflects the dumbing down of the American public.


       
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      Aarradin in reply to GrumpyOne. | October 21, 2011 at 1:30 pm

      Its nothing but media bias that’s keeping him above 40%.

      If they went after him the way they did GWB, he’d be in the 20’s. For example: ABC/NBC/CBS/NYT/WaPo are still doing everything they can to not report on Fast & Furious or Solyndra at all.

      His support is caving in. Its really a good thing this didn’t happen last year or the D’s would be trying to run someone that can win.


         
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        Kenshu Ani in reply to Aarradin. | October 21, 2011 at 1:51 pm

        I think the only reason the Dems haven’t pushed someone (Hillary) into running against him is because he is likely to use the race card against any primary opponent. You know, just like he did through his surrogates during the 2008 primary.

        So they are content to see if he can win reelection, since any opposition will likely be bloodied so much they might not win the general. Especially with the public so soured on democratic economic policies. Obama does stil have a chance to win. Like the Prof has said in the past, don’t count him or his media cohorts out yet.


     
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    salsaandchips | October 21, 2011 at 2:19 pm

    We can only HOPE for the CHANGE! Not sure Mittens can beat him folks. Mittens runs around saying so much stuff that is close to what Obama says. RomneyCare,very similar to ObamaCare (Big Govt,and he used to say it would be good for all) if you make more than $200,00 you should be taxed more, ethanol subsidies are good, global warming is man made. He talks on both sides of the issues and stays right in the middle. This is a man without core beliefs. He just wants to be President so dang bad that she says what he thinks the audience in front of him wants to hear.


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