A new Harvard Institute of Politics poll of 18-29 year olds finds that more millennials think Obama will lose his reelection bid (36 percent), than win another term (30 percent).
Among young Americans, Obama's approval rating has fallen to 46 percent — down 9 percent from February, and in line with Obama's approval rating among all voters. Obama was elected with an unprecedented level of support from young voters, and the loss of enthusiasm is reason for his campaign to worry.
Obama's approval rating is showing the steepest decline among independents, slipping below 40 percent for the first time in a year, according to new Gallup poll. Read Post
Coming out of the weekend, after a brutal week for their president, the media held tight to a little lifeboat in an ocean of bad news: Polls from CNN and The Washington Post had Obama's approval rating at 53% and 50%, respectively. ... Read Post