Quinnipiac University Poll: Barack Obama Approval Ratings Drop in Ohio Swing State … I Sense a Trend
Change America Can Believe In …
Barack Obama, The Chosen One is finding it much harder to be President than candidate Obama.
According to a recent Quinnipiac University Poll, Obama’s approval numbers have dropped considerably in Ohio. The all important Buckeye swing state now shows that The One’s approval ratings at at 49% – 44%. People elected Obama to see promised results. Not excuses that they misread the economy, spinning like they had incorrect data or blaming previous administrations.
Obama’s job as President is to be the Leader and the Commander & Chief. The buck stops with him and weather he inherited or made matters worse, it’s his gig now. It would appear Americans are already growing wearing and skeptical of Obama’s campaign promises. The fact of the matter is that Obama has not made any advances in the economy, job growth or foreign policy since he has been in office except to make apologies.
President Barack Obama gets a lackluster 49 – 44 percent approval rating in Ohio, considered by many to be the most important swing state in a presidential election, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. This is President Obama’s lowest approval rating in any national or statewide Quinnipiac University poll since he was inaugurated and is down from 62 – 31 percent in a May 6 survey.
By a small 48 – 46 percent margin, voters disapprove of the way Obama is handling the economy, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University poll finds. This is down from a 57 – 36 percent approval May 6. A total of 66 percent of Ohio voters are “somewhat dissatisfied” or “very dissatisfied” with the way things are going in the state, while 33 percent are “very satisfied” or “somewhat satisfied,” numbers that haven’t changed since Obama was elected.
The PoliGazette provides even more polling that shows Obama’s numbers are dropping nationwide.
The 2012 Presidential elections might just be about change as well, Obama changing addresses.