Two new public polls out this morning, from NBC/WSJ and the Washington Post, illustrate the curious nature of President Obama's electoral standing. The top-line number is completely abysmal. Obama's approval rating sits in the low 40s, at a point in his presidency when, as the Post notes, Presidents Reagan and Clinton were both over 50 (and both enjoying strong economic recoveries.
TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON - According to a new Gallup poll, President Obama’s approval rating for 2014’s second quarter is approximately 7 points higher than President George W. Bush’s second quarter rating in 2006, a year ... Read Post
President Barack Obama’s approval rating has declined to an all-time low as public frustration with Washington and pessimism about the nation’s direction continue to grow, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. Just 4... Read Post