Thursday, January 14, 2010

54% of voters disapprove of Obama in Ohio.

Ohio is a land of political importance, as Congressman John Boehner represents Ohio's eighth congressional district and the Republican caucus in the House of Representatives, as an interesting Senate election will take place this upcoming November, to replace longtime Republican Senator, George Voinovich who is retiring, and Ohio represents one of the largest swing states for the upcoming 2012 Presidential election.

According to a Rasmussen Reports poll from Ohio, there is good news on all counts, as the citizens of the Buckeye state are no longer obsessive over Obama or Democrats in general, helping Republicans in their 2010 congressional elections, and the upcoming Presidential election in 2012.

Generally speaking, do you strongly favor, somewhat favor, somewhat oppose or strongly oppose the health care reform plan proposed by President Obama and the congressional Democrats?

18% - Strongly favor.
21% - Somewhat favor.
5% - Not sure.
7% - Somewhat oppose.
49% - Strongly oppose.

39% of Ohio voters support the health care agenda of congressional Democrats, while 56% of Ohio voters oppose the health care agenda of congressional Democrats.

How would you rate the job Barack Obama has been doing as President… do you strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove, or strongly disapprove of the job he’s been doing?

29% - Strongly approve.
17% - Somewhat approve.
0% - Not sure.
13% - Somewhat disapprove.
41% - Strongly disapprove.

54% of Ohio voters disapprove of Barack Obama's performance as President, while 46% of Ohio voters approve of Obama's performance as President, considering Obama won Ohio with 51.50% of the vote, this is wonderful news for all potential Republican candidates.

Ohio Senate race

Rob Portman (R) - 44% of the vote.
Lee Fisher (D) - 37% of the vote.
Some other candidate - 4%.
Not sure - 14%.

Rob Portman (R) - 43% of the vote.
Jennifer Brunner (D) - 40% of the vote.
Some other candidate - 5%.
Not sure - 13%.

Rob Portman is the leading Republican candidate in this race, as he served as Congressman for over decade, and served under President Bush as United States Trade Representative and Director of Management and Budget, for two years. Portman's support has grown over the past twelve months, ever since Senator Voinovich announced he would not seek re-election in 2010.

Rob Portman is no push over, and I would suggest that all who can support his campaign, do so-

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