Most Polarizing President Evah…

26 01 2010

The trend has been there all year, but now Gallup has a full year of data to back it:

Obama is the most polarizing President ever.

He has a 65% percentage point gap – the difference between what Republicans and Democrats rate his job approval.

See the graph here. So much for Hopenchange!





He’s Still Slidin’…

27 12 2009

I’ve been a bit busy with the holidays and have not had time to sift through my usual diet of Obama disaster stories. I was wondering if with this sneaky Christmas Eve Senate passage of a Obamacare bill if Americans are still in love with Obama or if he is still slidin’.

He’s still slidin’.

From trusty Rasmussen Reports, another squiggly line graph that nicely shows people who don’t like him, still don’t like him, and have more company in that category.

Only three more years to go…





Still Slidin…

3 11 2009

Oh my: Obama’s still not on a roll. The mojo and magic of a year ago is lost in poll numbers that show what readers of this blog monthly_total_approval_october_2009know: he’s an awful President.

For October, according to Rasmussen Reports, Obama’s “strongly approved” rating fell to 29% – the lowest of his presidency. And for the 3rd straight month, his “strongly disapproved” stayed at 39%.

Those numbers are amazing considering most of America still gets news from antique media – which has proven to be favorably biased towards Obama. Imagine the reality if they all did their own research and found out what his policies really mean, how much money he’s really spent and what is really behind the “image” of hopenchange.