Skip to comments.Poll: 81% of DC Residents Approve of Obama's Job Performance
Posted on 01/30/2014 7:56:29 AM PST by gooblah
According to a Gallup poll surveying the U.S. States, Obama's job approval ratings are the highest in the District of Columbia and Hawaii with 81% and 61% respectively approving of the presidents job performance. Also earning honorable mention is Maryland, neighbor of D.C., weighing in with a 57% approval rating.
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And 95% of that bunch are government dependent leeches.
Big surprise from the same city that unconditionally loved Mayor “bitch-set-me-up” Barry.
81% of DC residents sanctimoniously think of themselves as “not racist”.
And it begs the question, “What percentage of full-time residents of the District of Columbia are BLACK?”
Shocked! Shocked, I tell you.
ROFL what a stupid study, DUH!
All these people are pathetic communists or the lowest of the low loafers.
Which is why Washington is safe from nuclear attack by our enemies.
Of course they do...
and if you want to look at the problem of wealth and income inequality, you need go no further than “DC vs the rest of the country”.
Naturally. They either work for this corrupt administration, or receive free money, compliments of the hard-working honest citizens who didn’t vote for him.
Of course they do.
I was there last spring. You can literally feel the money bubbling up through cracks in the sidewalks.
It’s not till you get north of Hagerstown that you return to the real world of boarded-up businesses and foreclosed homes.
Pure demographics. Why not take a poll in Harlem while you’re at it.
DC is 50% black.
well....YEAH! I'm surprised that the percentage is not higher.
Hmmm.... There’s a connection.. I know there is...
Only a racist marxist would approve
50% Black, 38% white, 9% Hispanic
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