Good News – Obama Tanks

24 11 2009

Surfing the web and reading all the bad news was getting me depressed. I was trying to find something uplifting being so close to Thanksgiving. Just as I was about to give up, Google coughed-up this wonderful good news. Enjoy!


Rasmussen reports Obama’s Presidential Approval Index fell to -15. Another record low.

This Thanksgiving is looking better than ever.











Rasmussen’s Obama Approval Index has now been in negative double digits for nine straight days. Last week the index stood at the previous record low, -14, for three consecutive days.

According to Rasmussen, support for the Democrats’ Obamacare has fallen to a new low of 38%. Sixty percent of voters believe passage of the bill will lead to higher health care costs.

 Rasmussen Reports presidential job approval ratings are based upon a sample of likely voters, rather than samples of all adults. Obama’s numbers are always several points higher in a poll of adults rather than likely voters because some of Obama’s most enthusiastic supporters, such as young adults, are less likely to turn out to vote.

It’s not just Rasmussen, Gallup, Quinnipiac, and Hawkeye all find Obama’s approval to be 48%.




One response

24 11 2009
Doc's Wife

I am beginning to notice that people who NEVER discuss politics and are more interested in trivialities of life are suddenly discussing how HORRIBLE this president is. Some of these even considered or did actually vote for the idiot. My husband is seeing many, many elderly folks who are terribly worried about their future health care and what will happen to them. America has woken up, and barry is in free fall!!!!

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