Skip to comments.Poll Shows New Yorkers Disappointed in Obama
Posted on 08/22/2011 6:53:20 PM PDT by John Semmens
A poll of New York voters conducted by Siena College found that only 36% approve of President Obamas job performance. This is a decline from last Mays 53% approval rating.
A comment from a Manhattan poll respondent cited the presidents lack of focus. He keeps talking about creating jobs, the respondent complained. We dont want wage slavery. We need to get paid. Thats why we elected him. What I want to know is where are our checks?
Despite their disappointment with the President, New York voters still prefer him to any possible Republican contender. The poll shows that even former New York Mayor Rudi Giuliani loses to Obama by a 50-44 margin.
“Just give us one more chance, Dean Wormer!”
Yeah, Zer0 wants to know "Where is my taxes?".
Peggy Joseph is deeply disappointed...
Obama Is Going To Pay For My Gas And Mortgage!!!
After two years of this pompous, noxious fraud and Marxist hypocrit "disappointed" should be, an understatement. And yes, these 'troubled hearts' will vote again for him.
Typical Obama voter.
Too bad the New Yorkers are finally waking up... unfortunately, it’s too late! The damage has been done and I’m not sure if it can be undone by a Republican sweep in 2012. You can’t reduce benefits without causing a riot!
Sometimes the damage done is so gross that following Representative can’t vote to undo the damage without risking their re-election. Call it giving benefits and expecting following Representatives to disallow those benefits... heh... good luck!
We have a system that causes only those giving benefits to be electable, so why would they not vote for such.. geez.
Yes, the US is lost and will be among the rioting throng shortly... The deficit is the least of our problems...
Gotta love Texas!!
I agree. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere near New York when the inevitable finally happens and the Freebie Train runs off the tracks.
Sounds like a typical Manhattan voter.
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