Quinnipiac University Poll: Any Unnamed Republican Beats Barack Obama in 2012 Presidental Election


RUT-ROH … The wheels have come off the Obama bus.

In a recent Quinnipiac University Poll, by a 39% to 36% margins … any unnamed Republican beats President Barack Hussein Obama in the 2012 Presidential election. Barack Obama is a sinking ship of miscalculations, a failed liberal agenda and a lack of leadership. How will Democrats running for election this November deal with a sinking President? Maybe the Democrats will have Bill Clinton campaign for them instead while Obama goes on another extended vacation. After all, Clinton is more popular than Obama these days. This news must play well in the White House as the “Chosen One” does not appear to be chosen at all these days. Can you say Hillary in 2012?


A year after President Barack Obama’s political honeymoon ended, his job approval rating has dropped to a negative 44 – 48 percent, his worst net score ever, and American voters say by a narrow 39 – 36 percent margin that they would vote for an unnamed Republican rather than President Obama in 2012, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.

This compares to a 48 – 43 percent approval for Obama in a May 26 national poll by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University and a 57 – 33 percent approval last July, just before the political firestorm created by opposition to his health care plan galvanized political opponents and turned independent voters against him.

Obama has proved to be the exact opposite of that what he claimed he was during the 2008 Presidential campaign. Candidate Obama promised “change we can believe in,” a post-partisan, problem-solving presidency that would heal the nation’s yawning political divide. The reality is that Barack Obama has been the most partisan President ever, coupled with no decision making or leadership skills.

Obama’s poll numbers continue to fall as poll after poll after poll have Obama’s job approval rating in the negative. Obama’s handling of health care, the economy, the deficits and illegal immigration have made the independent vote run as fast and as far away from The Obamaessiah as possible. Real Clear Politics average polling has Obama’s job approval now in negative numbers.

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  • Comments

    6 Responses to “Quinnipiac University Poll: Any Unnamed Republican Beats Barack Obama in 2012 Presidental Election”

    1. southernsue on July 22nd, 2010 7:25 am

      i can’t wait til obama and his ilk are gone.

      oh please GOD help us!

    2. jd on July 22nd, 2010 8:51 am

      Will this open the door for Hillary to finish his agenda? We have to be careful what we wish for.

    3. super dave on July 22nd, 2010 10:13 am

      i have to agree w/ #2. billary, bin biden or any of the present democrats would only be a another concrete block for the taxpayer to drag around.

    4. A Texas Grandfather on July 22nd, 2010 9:06 pm

      No more socialist/democrats ever. Get them all out of our government from top to bottom.

    5. Smashley on July 23rd, 2010 11:30 pm

      I think “unnamed” is the key word here. Once anyone throws out the actual names of Republican candidates, no one wants to vote for them because they all suck.

    6. America’s Youth Say “NO” to Obama’s Hope & Change … “NOBAMA” | Scared Monkeys on July 24th, 2010 6:22 pm

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