Skip to comments.Obama Job Approval Rating Lower than Nixon´s
Posted on 01/29/2013 9:02:51 PM PST by Nachum
According to Gallup, President Obama is tied with George W. Bush for most unpopular re-elected president since Gallup began measuring presidential job-approval in 1945. In fact, Gallup found that apart from Bush, "every president...has had a higher job-approval rating in the January following his reelection than Obama has." Obama´s approval rating is at 52. Think about it this way--following reelection, President Reagan´s approval numbers beat Obama´s by 11 points, President Eisenhower´s beat Obama´s by 21, and a much-derided Republican President named Richard Nixon
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And Bush didn’t have 5 years of a fawning media.
How does his approval compare to Stalin, Ma0bama, Castr0bama, Kim jong il, Chavez, Hitlery?
What does it matter? (sound familiar)
Obama was Reelected by 64 Million Useful Idiots. Those same Useful Idiots will give him the House in 2014.
America started out as a Representative Republic, because we were a “Nation of Laws”.
Now we are a Direct Democracy, as in “Tyranny of the Majority”.
It’s all over but the shooting.
WHY DID YOU REELECT THIS KENYAN COMMUNIST JERK?????
Don’t blame me-I voted for the other guy;)
Ditto! I would have thought my dog catcher would of had a better chance of election than this POS!
Hey, but he’s got more “flexibility” now, and that’s what counts, as Comrade Putin knows.
Incredible. This ought to make the news...
0bama is lower than whale what?
Nixon had a realistic grip on world affairs.
He quite obviously had a few problems with domestic issues.
The current White House resident has no idea on any subject.
Because it was and still is a case of the deceivers leading the blindly obedient.
53% approve of his job, which seems to be destroying the country and playing golf.
And this is who the GOPE is afraid of? This is who they won't fight? I don't remember the Dems not going after W after the 2004 election, maybe the spineless, gutless, GOP can learn a thing or two from that era in history.