Obama approval index falls to double negative digits, now -11
Today, Rasmussen reports Obama’s Presidential Approval Index fell to -11. Another record low.
Today is the first Obama Approval Index based entirely upon polling conducted
after the press conference, during which Obama made his infamous “stupidly” remark. Likely voters obviously do not approve of the president’s ObamaGates controversy – the number of likely voters who strongly disapprove of Obama’s performance has gone up 5% since the press conference (from 35% on Wednesday morning to 40% today).
The tracking Poll shows that 29% of the nation’s voters still strongly approve of Obama’s performance, but 40% strongly disapprove. Rasmussen’s Presidential Approval Index is calculated by subtracting the number who strongly disapprove from the number who strongly approve.
The more likely voters find out President Obama, the less they care for him and his extremely liberal policies. According to Rasmussen, Obama is now seen as politically liberal by 76% – up six points from a month ago and 11 points since he was elected. Forty-eight percent now see Obama as very liberal – up 20 points since he was elected.