Survey: Obama's approval rating at all-time low 42 percent

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    President Obama's approval rating has hit an all-time low, according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University.

    The survey measured Obama's approval at just 42 percent, with 48 percent of voters disapproving of the job he's doing in office.



    Fifty percent of voters surveyed believe the president does not deserve election to a second term next year — just 41 percent said he does.

    The 42 percent approval number marks a four percentage-point drop over the past month. A Q-poll released March 3 had Obama at 46 percent approval; 45 percent of voters said he didn't deserve a second term




    Survey: Obama's approval rating at all-time low 42 percent - The Hill's Ballot Box

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    There are people who approve of Obama's job performance? Who are these people and what did they do with their brain???
     
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    Don't know,, but read the one where he signed a "secret order" it's gonna go lower. why did he waste all that air time the other night?
     
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    But...But.....We haven't given that whole "Hope and Change" thingy a chance yet. :eusa_eh:
     
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    Didnt Obama say something about a "turd sandwich" recently :rolleyes:

    The ObamaZombies might be eating them between wheat bread or perhaps some rye - but definately not white bread :lol:

     
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    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other/president_obama_job_approval-1044.html

    Real Clear Politics Average - 3/14 - 3/29 - Approve 47.2 Disapprove 46.7

    Gallup - 3/27 - 3/29 - Approve 49 Disapprove 44

    Rasmussen Reports - 3/27 - 3/29 - Approve 43 Disapprove 56

    Quinnipiac - 3/22 - 3/22 Approve 42 Disapprove 48

    CBS News - 3/18 - 3/21 - Approve49 Disapprove 41

    CNN - 3/18 - 3/20 - Approve 51 Disapprove 47

    FOX News - 3/14 - 3/16 - Approve 49 Disapprove 44
     
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    If the Democrats cannot bring anything meaningful to the budget table and continue to play games, "Thank you, Shumer!". his ratings wil drop like a lead balloon. Close the government down until the Democrats wake up.
     
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    LOL Democrats just agreed to meet the GOP halfway by offering up 30 billion in cuts; but, not surprisingly, the GOP won't negotiate. I'm sure that will go over real big with the public if there is a gov't shutdown.
     
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    $30 billion when we have a debt of $14 trillion? Doubling that might catch someones attention but not that.
    Then have the GOP match it. Nothing is off the table.
     
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    Surely can't criticize that one..
     

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