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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Obama's Approval Rating Is At Its Lowest Point Ever, And It Could Mean Major Disaster For Democrats

Democrats are at risk of losing control of the Senate this November, after a new poll found that voters prefer a Republican-controlled Congress to check President Barack Obama's agenda when his approval rating is at its lowest point ever.

Just 41% approve of Obama's job performance, according to the new Washington Post-ABC News poll released Tuesday, a new low in his presidency and down from 46% over the first three months of the year. Some of his approval ratings on individual issues are even worse: 42% on handling the economy, 37% on the Affordable Care Act's implementation, and 34% on his handling of the Ukrainian crisis.

After a couple rounds of encouraging polling for the Affordable Care Act, the new Washington Post-ABC poll serves as a setback for supporters. Obamacare is expected to play a major role in the midterm elections, and some numbers suggest the law could be a major hindrance for Democrats:



Anonymous said...

Maybe slamming white people for making racially insensitive comments will improve his ratings.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait until November. I have a sinking feeling though some "National Disaster" will happen conveniently before then that will cancel the elections. Communists never give up power easily once they gain it.

Anonymous said...

I'm still baffled that 41% of the people still approve of Obama's job in office, must be all welfare recipients.

Anonymous said...

5:26-I'm still baffled by his winning a second term.