Obama approval soars

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  • #10106
    Vitalogy
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    Dear Herb and other pathetic sympathizers:

    http://www.politicususa.com/2015/04/21/president-obama.html

    Thanks to a growing economy President Obama’s approval rating has reached its highest level since May of 2013. Obama is now more popular than George W. Bush, and as popular as Ronald Reagan was at the same point in their second terms.

    According to the latest CNN/ORC poll, the Obama resurgence is being fueled by the growing economy. Fifty-two percent of respondents called the U.S. economy very or somewhat good while 48% said the economy was very or somewhat poor. The President’s approval rating has increased with 18-29-year-olds (57%), women (51%), Democrats (88%), and liberal Democrats (97%).

    The news gets even better for Obama when his approval rating is stacked up against the previous three two-term presidents. With the exception of Bill Clinton, President Obama is faring better than or equal to the most recent two-term presidents.

    #10109
    jerry1949
    Spectator

    Gallup says 46. That’s ok for the end of a second term but not “soaring.”

    #10113
    duxrule
    Participant

    It’s certainly much better than any of you O’Haters have been crowing about.

    #10114
    RobP
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    The only thing it shows is how much more clueless Americans are these days.

    #10116
    Deane Johnson
    Participant

    You’ll notice it’s primarily liberal Democrats that have caused the rating to increase. Whoopee. Who would have thought?

    #10120
    duxrule
    Participant

    So? Don’t “liberal Democrats” get to have an opinion?

    #10123
    Deane Johnson
    Participant

    Apparently so. They expressed it in this latest poll. Nobody else did.

    #10124
    duxrule
    Participant

    I’m pretty sure that’s not true, Deano.

    #10127
    Amus
    Participant

    Not too surprising that He’s surging with Liberal Democrats at this point in his Presidency.

    Without the need to campaign for another term He’s freer to say Bucket to those who have orchestrated obstruction since his inauguration day.

    It’s natural that this would play well to those who’ve been waiting for the gloves to come off.

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