Obama Leadership Favorability Down to 45% in Rasmussen Poll, Sinking Like a Rock


Can you say free-fall? More bad polling news for Barack Obama.

My how the mighty Obamamessiah has fallen and fallen and fallen. In the latest Rasmussen poll only 45% of American voters now give “The One” a good or excellent rating on leadership. That is down 3 points from last month and 19 points from when he took office.

Nearly one-third of voters (32%) see Obama as a poor leader, down two points from July. The percentage of voters who give the president a poor rating on leadership is double the level it was the week after his inauguration.

Can some one please tell us what 82% of Democrats are following when it comes to Obama? What aspect of his job is he doing well? Federal deficits are at record highs, national unemployment is near 10%, the $787 stimulus plan has done nothing, he still remains in Iraq even though he stated he would end the war. Can any Democrat honestly provide something that this President has done an excellent job at? Apologizing for America overseas does not count. Or is it that Democrats just can’t admit they made a colossal mistake in electing Obama?

Eighty-two percent (82%) of Democrats say the president is doing a good or excellent job, but 57% of Republicans rate his performance as poor.

The Rasmussen Daily Presidential Tracking poll has Obama at -9.  As of 8/10/09, 49% Approve and 51% Disapprove of Obama.  With continual downward spiraling poll numbers, Obama will have a difficult time having anyone support his socialist agenda.

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