Bad News for Barry

Friday, December 16, 2011

With the presidential election less than a year away, a new poll offers some sobering news for President Barack Obama.

A latest Associated Press-GfK poll finds for the first time, a majority of adults, 52%, think President Obama should be voted out of office while 43% said he deserves another term.

Obama’s overall job approval also stands at a new low, with 44% approving and 54% disapproving. The president’s standing among independents is worse: 38% approve while 59% disapprove.

The state of the economy holds the key to the president’s fortunes. A staggering 80% described the economy as “poor.”

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6 Responses to Bad News for Barry

  1. Ben Hoffman says:

    Good news for Obama. He’ll be running against a turd.

  2. DMason says:

    I agree. Obama gets reelected only because the GOP is in such disarray.

  3. joost says:

    According to GALLUP, 70% of Americans say they can’t wait for the 2012 presidential campaign to be over. Talk about an enthusiasm void. The American public, be they Democrats or Repugs, just aren’t that into Obama or the GOPers. I predict 2012 turnout will be among the lowest in history.

  4. One Fly says:

    I pay no attention because in the end it won’t make shit bit of difference. I just know I refuse to vote for this man or any like him.

  5. Unconditional1 says:

    Obama will most likely be voted back in, not because people like or approve of his Kaddidlehopper stint in the White House, but rather because the GOP candidates are so awful, ridiculous, leaderless, visionless, unlawful…that only radical self-serving voters will vote for them. An obnoxious choice between bad, ugly, fugly, and just downright destructive.

  6. feminazi says:

    Hahaha. That picture makes me laugh.

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