After reaching the lowest levels of the administration thus far a month ago, there’s quietly been something of a mini-resurgence in President Obama’s job ratings. While approval is still below 50 percent, disapproval has fallen to a nearly four-month low in the RCP average, and net approval near its best mark in two months.
The White House is beginning to highlight these statistics, pointing out to a friendly source Thursday that a “a trend seems to be emerging” with every new national poll. And if the trend continues, it is surely an auspicious factor for Democrats in the midst of an election year.
But a look at Obama’s numbers on a state-by-state basis reflects the party’s precarious state in the midst of a critical string of primaries and special elections. RCP compiled state-specific public polling over the past three months, and found Obama’s net job approval rating is in negative territory in 28 of the 44 states where figures are available, including nearly all the battleground states critical to his and the Democrats’ future success. [...]
Obama is Suck Daddy now that his marxist-sociopathic mentality and complete insanity is relevantly apparent.
On 9.1.2009: Obama’s Approval Rating Drops to 45%
On 4.15.2010: Poll: Americans Would Dump Obama for Bush?
Quite a push there Skippy.
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