Barack Obama's second year as president is ending on a low note in the eyes of American voters, according to a Fox News poll released Thursday.
The president continues to suffer from upside-down job ratings, and the number who thinks he will be re-elected is down significantly. A slim majority now says the country would be better off with someone else as president. Even so, more voters would still rather have Obama as president right now than George W. Bush.
These are just some of the findings from the latest Fox News national poll of registered voters.
Expectations for Obama's presidency have declined: 29 percent of voters expect Obama to rate as either "one of the country's greatest" or as a "good" president. That's down from 43 percent who felt that way a year ago -- and down dramatically from 62 percent who had similarly high expectations soon after he was elected (December 2008).
In addition, the number of Democrats who think Obama will be "one of the country's greatest presidents" stands at 9 percent -- down from a high of 30 percent in 2008. [...] go read the rest
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