Skip to comments.Obama’s Job Approval Lowest in Wyoming at 29%, and Utah, 34% (See other states too)
Posted on 07/19/2010 2:39:47 PM PDT by Justaham
(CNSNews.com) President Barack Obamas job approval rating is lowest in Wyoming and Utah, according to the Gallup polling company, which tracked the numbers for all 50 states and the District of Columbia from January through June 2010.
The poll of more than 90,000 adults nationwide showed that in Wyoming, for example, only 29 percent of the people there approved of the job the president was doing. That was the lowest approval rating in the states and D.C.
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I’m working to become a legal resident of WY and a vagrant in MT and ID.
Bad news for 0.
Glad to see Obama still not popular here. Could use a little improvement, though.
I will never understand the New Hampshire thing.
that is an inflated poll.
“Bad news for 0”.
...even so, ANY positive numbers equals a whole heap o’ dumbasses. You’ve got to be woefully uneducated in both history and economics to approve of the kenyan.
The great state of TEXAS is always cited as the most anti-Obama state. It brings a tear to my eye.
There’s no way in H**L 0 has 41% approval here.
“District of Columbia at 85 percent”
What a bunch of loons!
Probably asked a bunch of the illegals. They like him.
I guess the “magic negro” is becoming aboot as popular as aids, hemorrhoids and or illegal aliens.
F-em, Round up all illegal aliens and deport their sorry asses including obammy.
WooHoo, Idaho tied for 2nd!
Naa. The Texas sample was taken in Austin and that would explain it.
and that is being generous.
I bet they never polled anyone on the east side of the state because if they did it would be a whole lot lower.
Fla. my birth state 47%, NY where I have to live now, 57%. Oh my. I should have stayed home...
Swing states that went to Bush but voted for big 0 in 2008: MO (41%), NC (48%), VA (48%), CO (49%), OH (49%), NM (51%). If these numbers are right (which I don’t think so, but for discussion sake, say they are), 0bama will only lose MO—assuming his numbers will increase during the campaign. So, the drops in ‘independent supports’ that we kept hearing actually coming from states other than these?
W00t! "We're number two! We're number two!"
Hey, wait a minute...
California 56% - perhaps in certain areas. I do believe his numbers are far, far lower here in central California.If they got the results from San Francisco or San Jose, Oakland, maybe.