NPR Poll Has Barack Obama Falling in Job Approval & Obamacare … Liberal NPR?

 

You know things are bad when you are a Democrat and get poor polling numbers from the NPR Down_arrowpolls.

You know things are in rough shape for Barack Obama when an NPR poll has his approval rating numbers sliding. NPR (No promoting Republicans)? That is correct. Liberal NPR with polling data on the Obamamessiah, his handling of the economy and health care that would make Obama’s handlers cringe. You know “The One’s” policies and job performance is terrible when only 53% of predominantly liberal NPR, pro-Obama, approve.

Obama’s approval ratings have fallen to 53 percent approving of the president’s handling of his job, while 42 percent disapproved. This is the closest margin since Obama was elected President. More troubling, this is far from the Rasmussen poll, its liberal NPR. Even on the issue of health care more people, 47% to 42%, oppose Obamacare.

Poll respondents liked a Democratic statement on solving health care problems better than a Republican statement (51 percent to 42 percent). However, when asked about the plan now moving through Congress, a plurality of 47 percent was opposed and 42 percent said they were in favor, based on what they had heard about the plan so far.

Taegan Goddard also points out that Republicans have caught Democrats is the NPR Generic ballet question:

Asked whether they would support a Democrat or a Republican for Congress in 2010 if the election were held today, 42 percent said they would choose a Democrat and 43 percent a Republican …



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  • Comments

    11 Responses to “NPR Poll Has Barack Obama Falling in Job Approval & Obamacare … Liberal NPR?”

    1. SUPER DAVE on July 29th, 2009 8:53 am

      now oblankma’s cash for clunkers already a failure
      due to changes made without public knowing.
      just like the crooks voting bills in during crooks’ hours.

    2. giantslor on July 29th, 2009 12:01 pm

      Scared Monkeys: “You know “The One’s” policies and job performance is terrible when only 53% of predominantly liberal NPR, pro-Obama, approve.”

      NPR: “Those are the chief findings of the latest NPR poll of registered voters conducted nationwide Wednesday through Sunday by a bipartisan team.”

      This was a scientific poll of all registered voters conducted by the Republican firm Public Opinion Strategies and the Democratic firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research — not some willy-nilly poll of NPR listeners, as you claim.

      So the question becomes: Were you making stuff up, or were you just too lazy to fact-check your assumptions?

    3. ANewGirl on July 29th, 2009 12:53 pm

      #2- Polls, Schmolls—here is a prediction & observation right here….(Keeping it simple)

      AMERICA IS CATCHING ON. So !

      An educated guess would be that we will not see Barack Obama re-elected in 2012. Would that be a good enough indication for you then?

      Thanks

    4. yoyo muffintop on July 29th, 2009 1:11 pm

      On the flip side, the Conservative Fox News has Obama at 63% approval and 33% disapproval.

      According to the Fox News poll, the Republicans in congress have a 36% favorable rating and a 53% unfavorable.
      Democrats – 50% favorable, 41% unfavorable

      http://www.foxnews.com/projects/pdf/072709_poll.pdf

      You know things are good when you are a Democrat and get good polling numbers from the Fox News polls.

    5. domino on July 29th, 2009 6:22 pm

      CDC just came out with a report that age 65 and up areto be last to recieve a vaccine for H1N1 virus has obama end of life option already started.

    6. Waterboy on July 29th, 2009 9:38 pm

      I hate NPR. I resent my tax dollars being spent to support it. I can tell before a word is said if I have accidently tuned in to NPR. I get this nauseating feeling, and I start looking for the nearest place to throw up. Then, I turn the dial, and all is well.

      I hate their music, I hate their commentaries, I hate their supporters (mostly law firms). I hate their D.J.s. I even hate the way they do classical music. It is like they have adulterated it.

      Jerry

    7. yoyo muffintop on July 29th, 2009 11:02 pm

      “I can tell before a word is said if I have accidently tuned in to NPR.” Haha.

      You are the master – me, one word (usually in monotone). Then I get the feeling of either wanting to light myself on fire or falling asleep and driving off the side of the road.
      NPR is painfull to listen to, imo.

    8. SUPER DAVE on July 30th, 2009 7:27 am

      yoyo, hide like your’s doesn’t burn, it rots so the buzzards will have something to eat. that is if they will eat something as nasty as you.
      maybe you’ll be lucky and just get eaten by worms.

    9. Scott on July 31st, 2009 6:29 am

      On the flip side; MANY so called IMPORTANT Demssuckers are losing in their respective states; including Hoyer, Dodd, Boxer to name a few.

      yoyo – go get your Head Start check and blow it what your kind spends it on!

    10. WILLIAM on September 26th, 2010 11:26 am

      IMPEACH OBAMA, PELOSI AND REID

      THROW ALL THREE OUT OF OFFICE

      OBAMA IS A WASTE PRODUCT, COULDN’T RUN A SHIT HOUSE AND CERTAINLY CAN’T RUN THE COUNTRY..

      THROW “THE KING AND QUEEN” OUT ON THE STREET

    11. WILLIAM on September 26th, 2010 11:27 am

      THE MAN HAS NEVER HELD A JOB IN HIS SORRY PATHETIC LIFE

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