45% of Voters in Bloomberg Poll Say Obama Should Not be Reelected in 2012


More negative polling for President Obama …

More Americans than not say that Barack Hussein Obama does not deserve reelection in 2012, according to a recent Bloomberg national poll. 45% of US adults said that Obama does not deserve a second term in 2012, 42% said the president deserves reelection, while 4%  said that their decision depended on alternatives. 9% were too busy watch Survivor and were unsure.

The poll underscores the precarious political situation the administration faces going into the bottom half of Obama’s first term in office. The president’s approval rating has teetered into negative territory since July, and he’s only going to face more stiff GOP opposition once the Republican-controlled House is sworn in to power in January.

 FULL POLL can be seen here.

What other important data is seen in this poll? As reported at The Daily Caller, 66% of respondents feel that the nation is on the wrong track, while 27%  felt the country was heading in the right direction. Can anyone imagine that 1/4th of those polls think that 9.8% unemployment, trillions of dollars of debt, record food stamps and an economy in disarray is headed in the right direction?

In a sweeping poll released by Bloomberg today, 66 percent of respondents said that they felt that “things in the nation…have… gotten off on the wrong track,” compared to just 27 percent who felt the country was heading in the right direction. 51 percent of respondents said they were worse off now than they were two years ago.

Though reducing the deficit has been a central part of political rhetoric in recent weeks, only 25 percent of respondents said that they considered “the federal deficit and government spending” to be “the most important issue facing the country.” In addition, 51 percent of Americans said they feel that in addressing the deficit, it is more important to “minimize sacrifices for the American people,” and only 40 percent said the answer is “bold and fast change” that would tackle the issue head on.

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  • Comments

    2 Responses to “45% of Voters in Bloomberg Poll Say Obama Should Not be Reelected in 2012”

    1. Greg the Great on December 13th, 2010 5:12 pm

      Rino Bloomberg Not Popular Nationally
      A new Public Policy Polling survey finds that just 19% of Americans have a favorable opinion of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg while 38% see him unfavorably.

      In a hypothetical three way contest with President Obama and Mitt Romney, Bloomberg registers at only 11% with Obama getting 44% and Romney 38%.

      source http://politicalwire.com/archives/2010/11/29/bloomberg_not_popular_nationally.html

    2. Greg on December 17th, 2010 7:52 pm

      Just to focus on the specific question you highlight, here are some facts.

      According to the poll:

      “45% say Barack Obama deserves to be defeated for reelection”

      According to your poll analysis:

      “More Americans than not say that Barack Obama does not deserve reelection”

      According to my poll analysis:

      “More Americans than not say that Barack Obama does not deserve to be defeated”

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