Nine percent of Obama voters now support Romney
Gallup reports that 9 percent of 2008 Obama voters have switched and now support Romney, while only 5 percent of McCain voters support President Obama. Worse for Obama, only 86 percent of voters who say they voted for Obama in 2008 are backing Obama again this year, while 92 percent of McCain voters are supporting Republican candidate Mitt Romney. The new Gallup results are not | Read More »
Obama’s military gap
Gallup reports that veterans and active military are less likely to approve of President Obama’s job performance. Gallup found that 37% all active-duty military personnel and veterans approve of Obama’s job performance compared with 48% of nonveterans. This is fitting rebuttal to TIME’s Joe Klein, who recently asserted on “The Chris Matthews Show” that Obama’s relationship with the military is better than was President Bush’s. | Read More »
Obama approval in free fall – reaches minus 19
Rasmussen reports Sunday’s Obama’s Presidential Approval Index, fell to -19. Only yesterday, we noted Obama’s approval index fell to -16. There is no good news, but lots of bad news, for Obama in the collapse of his approval numbers: Among those who consider fiscal policy issues the most important, only 1% Strongly Approve and 81% Strongly Disapprove.
Obama approval index falls to -15
Rasmussen reports Obama’s Presidential Approval Index fell to -15. Another record low. Rasmussen’s Obama Approval Index has now been in negative double digits for nine straight days. Last week the index stood at the previous record low, -14, for three consecutive days. According to Rasmussen, support for the Democrats’ Obamacare has fallen to a new low of 38%. Sixty percent of voters believe passage of | Read More »