Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Even NPR Finds Obama Tanking

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When tax-supported NPR publishes a poll that shows Obama ebbing, you know it's true. Here's the gist:

Those are the chief findings of the latest NPR poll of 850 registered voters conducted nationwide Wednesday through Sunday by a bipartisan team. The pollsters found 53 percent approving of the president's handling of his job, while 42 percent disapproved — the narrowest gap of the Obama presidency to date. Most of the approving group said they approved strongly, and an even greater majority of the disapproving group said they disapproved strongly.
That has Obama 4% higher than the left-leaning Zogby and more than that when compared to the polling firm that has been called right-wing; Rasmussen.

This is the critical element of this though:

16% still feel we are on the wrong track and that's not good after a barrage of appearances by The One. That ain't good for our hero now is it?

Plain and simply, his policies aren't working. We are still mired in a deep recession with only a few shoots of growth poking through that have to be looked at with a skewed eye to even consider them good news.

I guess we can be be happy that we can finally put the liberal dogma of massive deficits and higher taxes to bed for awhile.

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