Skip to comments.AP-GfK Poll: Resistance to health care bill strong
Posted on 04/15/2010 11:11:08 AM PDT by NormsRevenge
WASHINGTON Opposition to President Barack Obama's health care law jumped after he signed it a warning to Democrats running for re-election this fall that his victory could become their liability.
A new Associated Press-GfK poll finds Americans oppose the health care remake 50 percent to 39 percent. Before a divided Congress finally passed the bill and Obama signed it at a jubilant White House ceremony last month, public opinion was about evenly split. Another 10 percent of Americans say they are neutral.
Disapproval for Obama's handling of health care also increased from 46 percent before the bill passed to 52 percent currently a level not seen since last summer's angry town hall meetings.
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piece also on the wire as
AP-GfK Poll: Surprising jump in opposition to Obama’s health care law after he signs it
Is that a thundering herd of elephants or my adoring press?
Not only was it surprising...it was “unexpected”!
Personally I see phat ass maBelle michelle ripping 0bozo up & down every night for being such a wimpy effiminate girly boy. No wonder 0bozo takes off as much as he does to play golf & get away from his angry bitchy wife, no matter how horrible his golf game is. I wonder how often (or how little) he drives it off the tee box.
AP has switched writers now...
Liz Sidoti is doing her best to spin this that Obama is doing good things and people just don’t understand all the good he is doing.
Even then, you can tell AP is skewing the numbers. They’re reporting totals that are three weeks behind some of the others who already see Obama’s approval numbers lower than his disapproval numbers and see Republicans now leading Democrats on a generic ballot instead of just being tied.
The State-run media is still trying to undersell the amount of anger out there.