Barack Obama Hits All-Time High Disapproval Rating in NBC News/WSJ Poll at 54% … Obamacare is Obama’s & Democrats Waterloo
For those who thought it could not get any worse for Obama, it did …
The most recent Wall Street Journal/NBC New poll shows that the affects and lies of Obamacare have not yet reached a its low with the American people. The affects of Obamacare have taken its toll on the political fortunes for Democrats, and so it should. Eventually the reality of the fraud versus the political rhetoric was going to affect “We the People” and it has. People are outraged and they should be. The problem with these numbers is that they have not cratered. Just as Nancy Pelosi said, “we have to pass the bill in order to find out what is in it”; Americans are finding out every month, every week and every day just how bad Obamacare is and just how bad they were mislead by Obama and Democrats. The Democrats own Obamacare 100% as they passed this unpopular law against the will of the American people. Now they look for cover and are jumping from the ship.
Obama ends the year at all-time low. How do Democrats think the American people are going to react to the greatest fraud ever perpetrated on them?
Perhaps more significantly, Obama has seen a drop in key presidential attributes.
Just 28 percent give the president high grades for being able to achieve his goals (down 16 points from January); only 37 percent give him high marks for being honest and straightforward (down 5 points from June); and 44 percent give him high marks for being able to handle a crisis (down another 5 points since June).
The federal health-care law is becoming a heavier political burden for President Barack Obama and his party, despite increased confidence in the economy and the public’s own generally upbeat sense of well-being, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll suggests.
Disapproval of Mr. Obama’s job performance hit an all-time high in the poll, at 54%, amid the flawed rollout of the health law. Half of those polled now consider the law a bad idea, also a record high.
The survey of 1,000 adults conducted between Dec. 4 and Dec. 8 found a sharp erosion since January in many of the attributes—honesty, leadership, ability to handle a crisis—that had kept Mr. Obama aloft through the economic and political turmoil of his first term.
Asked what shaped their view of the president this year, almost 60% cited the 2010 health-care law, the Affordable Care Act, as a chief factor. The poll found faith in Mr. Obama had dropped noticeably in recent months among young voters and Hispanics, two groups that had been among his steadiest supporters.
“The president is being weighed down by one issue, his health-care law,” said Democratic pollster Fred Yang, who helped direct the poll. “It’s probably fair to say that as goes health care, so goes the Obama presidency for the next year.”