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Presidential Approval Index

SOTU Anti-Bounce?

January 27, 2011

It remains to be seen where the numbers will play out, but thus far they are not looking good for Barack Obama.  As of Tuesday night, before the State of the Union, Obama had a 52% approval, 47% disapproval rating, with an approval index of -5.  Today, which incorporates 33% of respondents post-SOTU and 66% [...]

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Don’t Underestimate Obama

February 2, 2010

Watching the performance of Obama and the Democrats this past year, it’s easy to get complacent and assume that 2010 and 2012 are wrapped up.  What we as conservatives fail to see is that Obama does still appeal to a segment of the population, even if they don’t like his policies.  Case in point:  on [...]

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A Snapshot of Two Polls

July 9, 2009

It’s the first full week of July and there are some political trends worth checking out.  Usually the summer is very slow news time since so many people are on vacation or otherwise busy enjoying what summer has to offer.  However, with Cap-and-Trade, Obamacare, and Tea Parties galore, both June and July have already been [...]

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Obama Out of the Atmosphere

June 23, 2009

Most Beneficent Exalted High King Barry I is nothing of the sort.  Scott Rasmussen, whose polling is amongst the most trusted in America, has developed the “Presidential Approval Index.”  The PAI gauges the difference between those who “Strong Approve” and those who “Strongly Disapprove” of the President.  Well, yesterday it reached zero.  Here’s the chart [...]

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