46%

— President Obama's approval rating, according to Gallup. Last week, before sequestration took place, Obama was at 53%.
Larry Downing/ REUTERS
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SANDYDEPEAUX
SANDYDEPEAUX

As more is revealed about ObamaCare ("sign and then find out what's in it) his numbers will continue to go down.  The problems in Obamacare cannot be put on the GOP's shoulders. 

thomasvickers1
thomasvickers1

If there is one pollster who has shown in the past year to be way off the truth, it is Gallop

TomV

Ohiolib
Ohiolib

I can just see paulie and rustyrod holding hands and cheering at this news.

reallife
reallife

OOPS! now what? what do you mean no more obamaphones?    LOL

gysgt213
gysgt213

This is gallup. Remember these same people snookered Romney.

outsider
outsider

And the GOP's are?


Right Sacred - it's biased to show just one side. 


Show it all, or don't bother. 

forgottenlord
forgottenlord

It was because they literally sat there and did nothing for the final week before sequestration.

sacredh
sacredh

I wonder how high the congressional numbers are now?

reallife
reallife

@outsider2011 oh the media is so biased against obama!   hahahahaha  cant make this up  lol



curt3rd
curt3rd

Not everyone gets to shoot 18 holes with Tiger while the country is falling apart.

forgottenlord
forgottenlord

@curt3rd 

Well, the country is not falling apart, the decision was intentional not to do anything, and the press acted like that was a surprise.  One just needed to look at the dates of all of these upcoming events to realize that the smart money was on:

- No deal on the Sequester

- Small deal on the CR at the end of March

- Stupid deal on the debt ceiling fight in May