Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Obama numbers are dismal.

According to a new Rasmussen poll released today -

Obama's approval rating is only at 54%, while his disapproval rating is 46%. Lets remember, only 53% of America voted for Obama, 47% of America voted for McCain or third party candidates. His approval ratings are dropping every week, the tea parties has apparently added extra disapproval to his numbers. Considering a majority of Americans of are against almost every single one of his positions, he is lucky to still have a positive approval number.

And as I said a few weeks ago, if his approval numbers continue to slide like this - he could be close to George Bush's approval/disapproval numbers by July 4th of this year.

In summary, excellent news, perhaps hopes for a great Conservative Republican in 2012 are more realistic then the main stream media would have you believe.

GOP 2010!
Palin 2012!

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ESCartist said...

Please Explain:

Editor said...

Real Clear Politics is a great website for polls when in the middle of an election cycle. But, they take an average of polls on approval ratings, but with a majority of polling companies/ media outlets slanting these approval ratings towards favorable. You need to look for the truth.

Rasmussen polls are highly reliable, and everyone will admit it - right or left, they are very accurate.

So I will rely on polls proven to be correct, then the media's or leftwing polling companies.