...• Obama's standing on four key personal qualities, including being a strong and decisive leader and understanding the problems Americans face in their lives, has dipped. For the first time since the 2008 campaign, he fails to win a majority of people saying he shares their values and can manage the government effectively.I expect of the next few months, once Cap & Trade (or cap and tax) is rammed through and "immigration reform" (i.e. another amnesty) is as well, that his numbers will fall even further. Especially after this November's election
• Twenty-six percent say he deserves "a great deal" of the blame for the nation's economic problems, nearly double the number who felt that way last summer. In all, half say he deserves at least a moderate amount of blame.
• By 50%-46%, those surveyed say Obama doesn't deserve re-election.
Friday, April 02, 2010
Mr. Obama's poll numbers have dropped significanlty over the past 15 months...Gallup for the first time has him over 50% opposing his reelection in 2012 for the first time. Rasmussen has had this number for about 3 weeks now