Holy cow Batman … President Barack Hussein Obama has hit an all time low in the most recent Rasmussen poll. The One has a total approval rating of 41% and a disapproval of 58%.OUCH!!! Obama’s poll numbers are coming a part at the seams. How long will it be before a poll shows Obama with an approval rating in the 30′s? Obama’s poll numbers were already heading downward due to Obamacare, the budget, economy and his being against the will of the people on every topic. However, the BP oil spill and his lack of handling and leadership has been his undoing.
Barack Obama’s true undoing is that he has completely lost the Independents.
Overall, 41% of voters say they at least somewhat approve of the president’s performance. That’s the lowest level of approval yet recorded for this president. Fifty-eight percent (58%) now disapprove.
Seventy-six percent (76%) of Democrats approve of the president’s performance. Eighty-five percent (85%) of Republicans disapprove along with 72% of unaffiliated voters.
President Obama’s numbers have typically bounced following a national television event. Generally, they bounce up a little. Once, following a press conference, they went down. In all cases so far, the bounce has lasted a week or so and then faded.
Thirty-three percent (33%) say the president is doing a good or an excellent job handling the Gulf oil spill. Forty-six percent (46%) say he’s doing a poor job.
The most recent Gallup poll has Obama at 45% approval and 46% disapproval.
Yikes, the Real Clear Politics average polling now has Barack Obama under water, 47.7% approve, 48% disapprove. The more the oil comes ashore in the BP oil spill, the more the polling numbers will sink. The question is, does this President have the stones to continue to golf while the Gulf coast region is facing an environmental disaster?
Who will be the brave Democrat politicians who actually ask Obama to come to their district or state to help them in their midterm election races? Watch the once enamored Democrats flee from Obama’s offers of political help for their elections.