The latest Gallup poll shows President Trump’s approval rating to be at its lowest since he took office. On January 22nd, the Gallup poll showed approval and disapproval evenly split at 45%. The latest poll from March 18th shows his approval to now be at 37% and disapproval at 58%. President Trump has had a busy two months in office filled with executive orders, meetings, alleging | Read More »
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s approval among registered voters has plunged to a point where only two of his predecessors can say they have had lower ratings. Gov. Chris Christie’s job approval rating sank to a new low, according to a poll that shows it slipping from 26 percent in June to 21 percent in October. Seventy-two percent of registered voters, including 52 percent of Republicans surveyed, | Read More »
Strictly speaking, I am not criticizing the Fix for not drawing a more explicit link between Presidential approval ratings and Senate churn in a midterm election. They established the basic point, which was that both parties are increasingly taking seriously that the President’s current low numbers will translate into Democratic losses in the Senate. The Monkey Cage spells it out: Presidential approval is strongly correlated | Read More »
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President Obama’s job approval rating hits a record low this week, as a majority of Americans say his administration has mostly failed at growing the economy, creating jobs, improving health care and the country’s image.
President Obama’s job approval rating is hovering at a meager 41 percent or so this month. But not to worry – residents in the nation’s capital still love him.
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech discuss Obama’s approval rating, how Obamacare’s rollout has hurt him and what to expect in tomorrow’s State of the Union speech.
Here’s is a thought for a slow vacation week. Congress’s approval rating has dipped into the single digits. Anyone with any intellectual honesty – whether liberal or conservative – should agree that we need wholesale change in the ranks of leadership in both parties. Yet the Chamber of [Government-Run] Commerce is prepared to spend $50 million in order to protect the status quo. The Wall | Read More »
Feast your eyes on this one, folks: Mark this day: Obama’s approval hits the 30s in RCP for the 1st time. http://t.co/GJLlsJDYKI pic.twitter.com/ZbfCHS6pi6 — Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) December 3, 2013 For those without picture access, it shows that Barack Obama has dipped below an average 40% job approval rating on RCP. That more or less means that any policy-making that the Democrats want to | Read More »