The people support defunding ObamaCare
A new Heritage Action poll finds broad support for defunding ObamaCare: Likely voters support defunding 57%-34%. Among those with strong opinions on either side, those who “strongly support” defunding outnumbered those who “strongly oppose” defunding by a 41%-22% margin, signifying much greater intensity among opponents of the law. Independents, support for defunding 57%-34%, exactly mirroring the result in the overall sample. A large majority, 77% | Read More »
Barack Obama – the American Idol President
Another day, another poll. On Wednesday, the latest CNN/Opinion Research poll was released, and to no one’s surprise, President Barack Obama’s approval numbers have declined. His post-Osama bounce has become a dead terrorist bounce…and the POTUS is back where he was back in April. But the thing that struck me in this poll, and in CNN’s summary story, was the coverage of Obama’s so-called “personal | Read More »
What’s Your Political IQ?
There’s an online quiz at the Pew Research Center’s website: 11 questions to rate your political IQ. The quiz should take just a few minutes to complete. You can take the poll here: http://pewresearch.org/politicalquiz/ You’re welcome to comment, but please do not discuss specific questions so as not to skew the results. Better yet, use the online poll at my blog to register your score.
Obama is Failing: Does This Mean We’re Not Racist?
At 39 percent, President Obama’s approval rating now equals his all time low from two years ago, with 63 percent of those polled defining him as a “weak leader.” Let me be clear: This president is failing. The biggest hit was among Democrats, who dropped from 82 percent to 73 percent as a result of negotiations with Republicans over the tax deal. That’s right; the Democrat | Read More »
Today in Washington – July 20, 2010
President Obama’s popularity is going down fast. According to Gallup, the President is especially unpopular in Wyoming (29%), Utah (34%), West Virginia (34%), Idaho (34%), Oklahoma (37%), Alaska (38%), Montana (38%), Arkansas (40%), Kentucky (40%), Tennessee (41%), New Hampshire (41%), Alabama (41%), and Missouri (41%). If you are running for House or Senate in any of these states, it may be time to start running | Read More »
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