Skip to comments.Poll: Vladimir Putin is stronger than President Obama
Posted on 03/13/2014 7:04:53 PM PDT by gooblah
Maybe it is the photos of him posing shirtless on horseback, or his military push into Ukraine, but Americans in a new poll believe Russian President Vladimir Putin is a much stronger leader than President Obama.
A YouGov/Economist survey of 1,000 adults interviewed March 8-10 found that 78 percent view Putin as somewhat to very strong leader. Just 45 percent see Obama the same way. Worse, more Americans, 55 percent, view Obama as a weak leader.
The poll comes as the president is struggling with a response to Putin's push into Ukraine and expectations that Crimea will break off and join Russia.
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Free Falling ... That Ain’t My America.
Commie pink fag in the WH.
Not hard for Vlad, Maybe for John Boehner.
Putin = evil KGB tyrant
Obama = sissy, homo, boy tyrant
Both are prophylactics.
I bet Putin can’t play 18 holes like Bozo can./sarc
Dictator or dictaker...all in the spelling.
A man with ten soldiers who is willing to use them is stronger than a man with 20 who is a fearful coward.
However he's also a murderous scumbag and criminal thief.
And Obama? We'll, he's not a strong leader...and...er
And who are these 45% who think Obama is a strong leader?
Well there’s most of the GOP...
Alan Coombs, radio liberal thinks we conservatives are aiding the enemy by stating the obvious, that Obama is a weak reluctant leader who is far more at ease discussing a problem vs acting against it in a direct manner. Believe me, I don’t feel good admitting that our president is ineffective, but its the plain truth.
Thunder ... Thunder ... Thunderstruck!
Putin wrestles bears.
Obama taps balls.
I love the guy. He ain’t no wussie like the republicrats and obammy.
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