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CNN poll: Obama numbers plunge into generation gap

 

 

Washington (CNN) -- It's a glaring number in a national poll that's making headlines.

 

President Barack Obama's approval rating dropped 8 percentage points over the past month to 45%, the president's lowest rating in more than 18 months, according to a CNN/ORC International survey released on Monday.

 

And Obama's disapproval rating soared 9 points to 54% since mid-May.

 

CNN Poll: Obama approval falls as controversies pile up

 

Even more surprising: The overall decline in his approval rating was partially fueled by a plunge in support from younger Americans, a huge base of Obama's support.

 

 

Watch this videoObama's declining approval rating Last month, nearly two-thirds of those in the 18-29 age group gave the president a thumbs up. His approval rating among that bracket fell 17 points in Monday's poll and now stands at 48%.

 

The CNN/ORC International survey was conducted last Tuesday through Thursday.

 

It comes as the White House has been dealing with controversies over a government surveillance program; IRS targeting of tea party and other conservative groups; continuing fallout over the deadly terror attack on the diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya; and the Justice Department's secret collection of journalists phone records as part of a government investigation into classified leaks.

Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/17/politics/obama-poll-decline

 

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Words Like Incompetent and Liar Most Used to Describe Obama

 

Pew Polling firm has found an interesting change in the way President Obama is being described with the use of words like incompetent and liar on the rise.

 

The latest Pew poll finds that one-word impressions of Obama are turning negative more often than they have in the past. Until now, Pew says, these wholly negative one-word impressions were rare.

 

 

The survey finds that the one-word impressions people have of Obama have changed a great deal throughout his presidency. Terms like incompetent and liar now are among the most frequently used words to describe Obama. In April 2009, when his job approval was at 63%, these words were rare.

 

Pew also found that the word socialist is used in nearly the same proportion as it has been used since he first took office, showing that the President has not succeeded in knocking down the perception that he is a socialist.

 

The President is also viewed negatively on civil liberties.

 

Yet Obama receives some of his worst marks for how he is handling privacy and civil liberties, Pew reports. Just 42% approve while 51% disapprove.

 

Further, it is independents that view Obama most negatively on civil liberties. Only 28 percent of independents view Obama positively on his handling of civil liberties while 52 percent view him negatively.

 

 

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Gonna have real trouble winning reelection, ah-yuh.

 

The next Democrat nominee is the one who will be in trouble.

 

So will Democrats seeking reelection in the mid terms...

 

I see a GOP controlled Senate come 2014. ;)

 

Do you need everything explained to you?

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CNN poll: Obama numbers plunge into generation gap

 

 

Washington (CNN) -- It's a glaring number in a national poll that's making headlines.

 

President Barack Obama's approval rating dropped 8 percentage points over the past month to 45%, the president's lowest rating in more than 18 months, according to a CNN/ORC International survey released on Monday.

 

And Obama's disapproval rating soared 9 points to 54% since mid-May.

 

CNN Poll: Obama approval falls as controversies pile up

 

Even more surprising: The overall decline in his approval rating was partially fueled by a plunge in support from younger Americans, a huge base of Obama's support.

 

 

Watch this videoObama's declining approval rating Last month, nearly two-thirds of those in the 18-29 age group gave the president a thumbs up. His approval rating among that bracket fell 17 points in Monday's poll and now stands at 48%.

 

The CNN/ORC International survey was conducted last Tuesday through Thursday.

 

It comes as the White House has been dealing with controversies over a government surveillance program; IRS targeting of tea party and other conservative groups; continuing fallout over the deadly terror attack on the diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya; and the Justice Department's secret collection of journalists phone records as part of a government investigation into classified leaks.

Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/17/politics/obama-poll-decline

 

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Words Like Incompetent and Liar Most Used to Describe Obama

 

Pew Polling firm has found an interesting change in the way President Obama is being described with the use of words like incompetent and liar on the rise.

 

The latest Pew poll finds that one-word impressions of Obama are turning negative more often than they have in the past. Until now, Pew says, these wholly negative one-word impressions were rare.

 

 

The survey finds that the one-word impressions people have of Obama have changed a great deal throughout his presidency. Terms like incompetent and liar now are among the most frequently used words to describe Obama. In April 2009, when his job approval was at 63%, these words were rare.

 

Pew also found that the word socialist is used in nearly the same proportion as it has been used since he first took office, showing that the President has not succeeded in knocking down the perception that he is a socialist.

 

The President is also viewed negatively on civil liberties.

 

Yet Obama receives some of his worst marks for how he is handling privacy and civil liberties, Pew reports. Just 42% approve while 51% disapprove.

 

Further, it is independents that view Obama most negatively on civil liberties. Only 28 percent of independents view Obama positively on his handling of civil liberties while 52 percent view him negatively.

 

 

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Wait till he introduces his GW crap and trade. Think unemployment is bad now? That the economy is finally coming back?, coupled with the kick in of Obamacare get ready for 13% unemployment by next Summer!

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CNN poll: Obama numbers plunge into generation gap

 

 

Washington (CNN) -- It's a glaring number in a national poll that's making headlines.

 

President Barack Obama's approval rating dropped 8 percentage points over the past month to 45%, the president's lowest rating in more than 18 months, according to a CNN/ORC International survey released on Monday.

 

And Obama's disapproval rating soared 9 points to 54% since mid-May.

 

CNN Poll: Obama approval falls as controversies pile up

 

Even more surprising: The overall decline in his approval rating was partially fueled by a plunge in support from younger Americans, a huge base of Obama's support.

 

 

Watch this videoObama's declining approval rating Last month, nearly two-thirds of those in the 18-29 age group gave the president a thumbs up. His approval rating among that bracket fell 17 points in Monday's poll and now stands at 48%.

 

The CNN/ORC International survey was conducted last Tuesday through Thursday.

 

It comes as the White House has been dealing with controversies over a government surveillance program; IRS targeting of tea party and other conservative groups; continuing fallout over the deadly terror attack on the diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya; and the Justice Department's secret collection of journalists phone records as part of a government investigation into classified leaks.

Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/17/politics/obama-poll-decline

 

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

 

 

Words Like Incompetent and Liar Most Used to Describe Obama

 

Pew Polling firm has found an interesting change in the way President Obama is being described with the use of words like incompetent and liar on the rise.

 

The latest Pew poll finds that one-word impressions of Obama are turning negative more often than they have in the past. Until now, Pew says, these wholly negative one-word impressions were rare.

 

 

The survey finds that the one-word impressions people have of Obama have changed a great deal throughout his presidency. Terms like incompetent and liar now are among the most frequently used words to describe Obama. In April 2009, when his job approval was at 63%, these words were rare.

 

Pew also found that the word socialist is used in nearly the same proportion as it has been used since he first took office, showing that the President has not succeeded in knocking down the perception that he is a socialist.

 

The President is also viewed negatively on civil liberties.

 

Yet Obama receives some of his worst marks for how he is handling privacy and civil liberties, Pew reports. Just 42% approve while 51% disapprove.

 

Further, it is independents that view Obama most negatively on civil liberties. Only 28 percent of independents view Obama positively on his handling of civil liberties while 52 percent view him negatively.

 

 

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When GWB sank to 23%, a lot of cons continued to defend him to the limit.

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The next Democrat nominee is the one who will be in trouble.

 

So will Democrats seeking reelection in the mid terms...

 

I see a GOP controlled Senate come 2014. ;)

 

Do you need everything explained to you?

Fifty bucks to my favorite charity says the Senate stays in Dem hands in 2014.

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Well, that was at the end of his second term and it wasn't "lot's of cons"..... it was 23%......

lol

 

you gotta keep the senate dems...keep the house and then get presidency...we need right leaning grid lock....we dont need mccain and his ilk running the show

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Fifty bucks to my favorite charity says the Senate stays in Dem hands in 2014.

I would. But I am not interested in silly bets on a political forum. Besides, I already donate to charity. The Salvation Army mostly.

 

Fact is, democrats will have quite a few vulnerable seats up for grabs in 2014. Most of them were elected in 08 during Obama mania.

 

Young people are sick of Obama, and Democrats will not have near the turnout in 14 like they did in 08. Your party will not even have the turnout the did in 2012 next midterm elections.

 

 

Vulnerable Democratic Seats

 

Alaska Mark Begich won by 1-point in 2008 after Republican Ted Stevens was convicted of minor crimes just days before the general election. The conviction was later thrown out when it was later discovered that the prosecution had hidden key evidence that would have likely led to a non-guilty verdict. Without the prosecutorial misconduct, the US Senate outcome would have likely been different. Begich provided the 60th vote for Obamacare.

 

Arkansas Mark Pryor didnt face opposition in 2008, which was odd given the conservative tilt of the state. This will be his first time facing the voters since voting for Obamacare supporting most of the Obama agenda since. Democrat Blanche Lincoln lost by 21-points in 2010 after facing the voters for the first time and the GOP is hoping to repeat that performance against Pryor.

 

Colorado Mark Udall won with 53% of the vote in his first contest and would be the favorite to win re-election. But there are a number of candidates who could make the race competitive for Republicans.

 

Iowa Tom Harkin won by a healthy 26-point margin in 2008, but he decided not to seek re-election in 2014. Republicans have a fairly wide pool of candidates for a possible takeover.

 

Louisiana Mary Landrieu has won election to the US Senate by an average of just 3 points in three elections. She remains one of the few Democratic senators in the south and along with Pryor will face voters for the first time since voting for Obamacare. Her blue-dog claims may be less convincing this time. So far, Congressman Bill Cassidy has has declared his candidacy for the GOP side.

 

Michigan - The retirement hits keep coming for the Democrats as sure bet Carl Levin announced he would also retire in 2014. Both the GOP and Democratic fields are wide open and each side has recent victories to brag about. President Obama and Debbie Stabenow both won the state in 2010, but the Governor's mansion any many statewide races flipped to the Republicans previously

 

Minnesota Comedian Al Franken won by the slimmest of margins in a highly controversial outcome in 2008. Minnesota has trended blue, but Obama did not run away with the state in 2012, having picked up just 52% of the vote. So far, the GOP hasn't had much luck finding a candidate. Former Governor Tim Pawlenty and US Senator Norm Coleman have passed on a run.

 

Montana - Mac Baucus announced he was retiring after his current term expires in this red state. Now it is up to the Republicans to find a candidate who can put the state in the win column. Former Democratic Governor Brian Schweitzer would be the best hope for Democrats. Mitt Romney carried the state by double digits in 2012.

 

New Hampshire Jeanne Shaheen is one for two in this US Senate race but won't be going up for round three against John E. Sununu. Sununu won by 5 points in 2002, while Shaheen won by 7 in 2008. New Hampshire is very unpredictable electorally. So far, there is no clear frontrunner to challenge Shaheen.

 

North Carolina Kay Hagan enjoyed upset victories in 2008 along with Democrat Governor Bev Purdue and President Obama. Obama lost the state in 2012 and Purdue didnt even try to run for re-election given her unpopularity (Subsequently won handily by the GOP ticket). Polls show Hagan is upside down in job approval and she will see no shortage of potential opponents.

 

South Dakota Tim Johnson is another moderate Democrat in a heavily Republican state who announced is retirement rather than face the voters after voting for Obamacare. Former GOP Governor Mike Rounds announced his candidacy and the states lone congresswoman Kristi Noem, who just won re-election state-wide by 15 points, is considering a run. The Democrats best (and perhaps only) chance at keeping the seat rests with former congresswoman Stephanie Herseth Sandlin, who lost to Noem by just over 2 points n 2010.

 

West Virginia Jay Rockefeller has decided not to run for re-election, giving the GOP a decent chance at finally winning a Senate seat in supposed-to-be-really-conservative West Virginia. Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito is running for the Republicans and very early polls have given her a healthy lead against potential Democratic opponents.

http://usconservatives.about.com/od/campaignselections/a/Democratics-Senate-Seats-Up-For-Re-Election-In-2014.htm

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Bite your tongue

that fu cking hurt...

 

but seriously...we dont need mccain he is a lib...look...the republican party has all but vanished..the republicans are becoming the dems and the dems are becoming the communist party...there are a few good right leaning repubs..conservative..but not many.

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You'll notice how quickly Gun Nut backed off that offer.

Look. This is a political debate forum. So refute/debate the facts I posted, or shut the f#ck up...

Silly internet forum bets are childish..

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CNN poll: Obama numbers plunge into generation gap

 

 

Washington (CNN) -- It's a glaring number in a national poll that's making headlines.

 

President Barack Obama's approval rating dropped 8 percentage points over the past month to 45%, the president's lowest rating in more than 18 months, according to a CNN/ORC International survey released on Monday.

 

And Obama's disapproval rating soared 9 points to 54% since mid-May.

 

CNN Poll: Obama approval falls as controversies pile up

 

Even more surprising: The overall decline in his approval rating was partially fueled by a plunge in support from younger Americans, a huge base of Obama's support.

 

 

Watch this videoObama's declining approval rating Last month, nearly two-thirds of those in the 18-29 age group gave the president a thumbs up. His approval rating among that bracket fell 17 points in Monday's poll and now stands at 48%.

 

The CNN/ORC International survey was conducted last Tuesday through Thursday.

 

It comes as the White House has been dealing with controversies over a government surveillance program; IRS targeting of tea party and other conservative groups; continuing fallout over the deadly terror attack on the diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya; and the Justice Department's secret collection of journalists phone records as part of a government investigation into classified leaks.

Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/17/politics/obama-poll-decline

 

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

 

 

Words Like Incompetent and Liar Most Used to Describe Obama

 

Pew Polling firm has found an interesting change in the way President Obama is being described with the use of words like incompetent and liar on the rise.

 

The latest Pew poll finds that one-word impressions of Obama are turning negative more often than they have in the past. Until now, Pew says, these wholly negative one-word impressions were rare.

 

 

The survey finds that the one-word impressions people have of Obama have changed a great deal throughout his presidency. Terms like incompetent and liar now are among the most frequently used words to describe Obama. In April 2009, when his job approval was at 63%, these words were rare.

 

Pew also found that the word socialist is used in nearly the same proportion as it has been used since he first took office, showing that the President has not succeeded in knocking down the perception that he is a socialist.

 

The President is also viewed negatively on civil liberties.

 

Yet Obama receives some of his worst marks for how he is handling privacy and civil liberties, Pew reports. Just 42% approve while 51% disapprove.

 

Further, it is independents that view Obama most negatively on civil liberties. Only 28 percent of independents view Obama positively on his handling of civil liberties while 52 percent view him negatively.

 

 

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His approval rating would have to reach 0% in order to be lower than GWB's was when he left office :P

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