Rove, Rasmussen and voters agree: DOOM! for Democrats at the polls…

Rasmussen:

…Today’s Approval Index rating is the lowest yet recorded for this president. Overall Job Approval matches the lowest recorded number, and the number who Strongly Disapprove matches the highest yet recorded….

Had to steal that DOOM! from Moe Lane. No other word fits. My schadenfreude it runneth over. Hold on America, we have the GOP on the way to stop the insanity and then we just have to get through 18 more months or so of Teh One. :0) You can’t hold a good country down!

September 9, 2010. Tags: , , , , , , , . Economy, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture, Taxes, Unemployment Statistics. Comments off.

Obama approval tanks, he attempts to court Twilight fans…

(more…)

July 7, 2010. Tags: , , , , , , , . Celebrities, Entertainment, Fantasy, Fiction, Film, Horror, Mystery, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture, Supernatural, Suspense, True Blood, Twilight, Unemployment Statistics, Urban Fantasy. Comments off.

As oil gushes, NOKO sinks ships, Iran ignores us and Euro zone economies collapse, Dems keep spending and Obama approval index hits new lows…

…and that’s a feature, not a bug…everyone can see the EPIC fail..Rasmussen:

…Most Americans have “come to believe that the political system is broken, that most politicians are corrupt, and that neither major political party has the answers,” observes Scott Rasmussen. Just 27% believe Congress knows what it’s doing when it comes to the economy and 41% say that a group of people randomly selected from the phone book would do a better job than the current Congress. In his new book, Scott adds, “Some of us are ready to give up and some of us are ready to scream a little louder. But all of us believe we can do better.”…

May 25, 2010. Tags: , , , , , , , . Politics. Comments off.

Obama comes out swinging on health care reform and his approval *surges*… back to the bottom…

…But keep pushing that health care bill SOOPERGENIUSES…word is next they plan to roll out amnesty aka immigration reform during record unemployment..boy these guys really know how to read the electorate eh? BWAAAAHAAA…

Rasmussen:

… 22% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President. Forty-one percent (43%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -21. That matches the lowest Approval Index rating yet recorded for this President (see trends).

Forty-two percent (42%) of Democrats Strongly Approve while 72% of Republicans Strongly Disapprove. Among those not affiliated with either major political party, 17% Strongly Approve and 45% Strongly Disapprove.

Fifty-seven percent (57%) believe that passage of the proposed health care legislation will hurt the economy. Just 25% believe it will help…

March 10, 2010. Tags: , , , , , . Economy, Healthcare, Immigration, Obama Administration, Politics, Taxes, Unemployment Statistics. Comments off.

After the Fall: Obama approval ratings continue to tank…

The late, great Jeff Healey, God Bless him:

Gallup tries to focus on an improving view of terrorism policy, but all the news is bad and how good can the view be when Quinnipiac says Americans feel ‘less safe’ (see Q linky below), if the Cabal of Dunces we call the Dem leadership is still CLINGING, *bitterly*, to the idea that once HCR is done the approval numbers will change, this number on the economy should wake them up:

Not that any of us want the crxpulent health care ‘reform’ bill they are pushing like last season’s rejects from tv pilot season:

Ed at HA has the latest from Quinnipiac

…”By a 47 – 40 percent margin, independent voters rate Obama’s first year in office as mainly a failure;…Obama’s job approval is only slightly lower than his 46 – 43 percent rating in Quinnipiac University’s December 23 survey. But it continues a gradual but consistent downward move that began last summer when his approval rating was 59 – 31 percent positive June 4.”

Yes, it’s that same consistent downward move that Rasmussen also detected in the summertime among likely voters.  In fact, it’s that same consistent downward move that every pollster seems to have detected now, even ones that used skewed samples like CBS/New York Times….

January 13, 2010. Tags: , , , , , , , . Economy, Healthcare, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture. Comments off.

Gallup: Hillary places second in ‘political winners of 2009’ poll

Mechellle came in first, lol, of course she didn’t compete for anything, she is just..there… with boffo arm definition and lots of covers on the mags. But glad to see HRC ranking up there in Americans opinions of the political winners of the year. HRC is kicking Obama’s butt in all the polling, heh.

Of course WaPo as always came out blaming HRC for the attempted plane bombing. Anytime HRC is doing well in a poll some journOlist comes out and bashes her or Big Dawg, like clockwork.

Because of course it is the SoS PERSONALLY who should be monitoring and compiling no fly lists right? yeah WRONG! The FBI AND DHS was notified, end of story. Stop passing the buck, we need more Truman, less ‘pas moi’ from Obama and his lamestream media henchmen….

Too early for ‘Waterloo’ for Obama but I see a way to squeeze some ABBA in here, lol:

Gallup:

In Americans’ estimation, the top three political winners of 2009 are all women closely linked with the Obama administration: Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Sonia Sotomayor. Among these, Michelle Obama has the broadest support with 73% calling her a “winner” in U.S. politics this year and 21% a “loser.” However, Clinton’s rating is nearly as positive….

Hillary Clinton lost a bitterly fought primary for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, but has been visibly filling her role as Secretary of State and has risen above the political fray in a way the president has not, with more viewing Clinton as a political winner than Barack Obama….(notice how we ‘bitterly’ fought, lol, clingy too we HRC supporters!)

Broken down by party affiliation, we see AGAIN that HRC is in great shape for another run for POTUS, I know she isn’t thinking about it now, but I am 🙂 She is rated a political winner by 45% of GOP, 90% of Dems and 72% of Indies….


Here is my FAVORITE part of the poll:

…The picture is quite different for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, whom half of all Americans identify as a political loser….

BWAAAAHAAAA!! Frakkin Pelosi WISHES she could EVAH be a QUARTER as popular as Hillary. HA! ‘Know Your Power’ AS IF!!!

December 28, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , , , . Celebrities, Entertainment, Hillary Clinton, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture. Comments off.

Hillary’s poll numbers up: Rise, Hillary, Rise

Yay

Politico:

A new poll of avid news watchers shows that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has a much higher approval rating than the man she once campaigned against and now works for, President Barack Obama.

In the poll of 800 registered voters who are self-identified “news watchers,” Clinton had a 75 percent approval rating and a 21 percent disapproval rating overall. Obama, in contrast, had a 51 percent approval and a 45 percent disapproval rating….

Clarus president Ron Faucheux said one reason for Clinton’s high poll numbers is her high approval among Republicans – numbers he said position her well to run for president again in the future, if she chooses.

Clinton had 96 percent approval among Democrats, a healthy 57 percent approval among Republicans, and 65 percent approval among Independents. Obama was nearly as popular among Democrats – 93 percent – but his numbers among Republicans and Independents fell off dramatically, at 19 percent and 33 percent respectively.

…“Republicans may see her as being more hawkish than other Democrats on foreign policy issues,” said Faucheux. “It may be a way for them to bolster that position within the administration.” Asked about any future Clinton presidential bid, he said, “She’s in good shape now.”….

December 16, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , , , . Healthcare, Hillary Clinton, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture. Comments off.

‘Unprecedented’: Obama approval lowest December rating EVAH! for 1st year POTUS…

Finally something we can all agree truly is unprecedented! But don’t worry Congress Critters (who planned on riding coattails in ’10), he gives himself a B+.

USAToday on Gallup:

...The latest survey, taken Friday through Sunday, puts the president’s approval at 49%-46%. That is Obama’s narrowest margin of the year, with his approval matching his low point in early October and his disapproval matching his high point later that month.

In comparison to the approval ratings for modern elected presidents in December of their first year in office, Obama’s standing is the worst, though he’s close to Ronald Reagan. In December 1981, Reagan’s approval rating was also 49%, though his disapproval rating was a bit lower, 41%.

Gallup Poll ratings for the others: George W. Bush was at 86%, in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks; John Kennedy at 77%; the elder George Bush at 71%; Dwight Eisenhower at 69%; Richard Nixon at 59%; Jimmy Carter at 57%; and Bill Clinton at 54%….

December 15, 2009. Tags: , , , , , . Economy, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture, Unemployment Statistics. Comments off.

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