here are polls from both liberal and conservative media....they all have different ratings, they will always have different ratings, both venues can go in either direction, your poll is probably true, as they all probably are...
it is next to impossible to accurately poll people in general...
pelosi gives him an A, hanity gives him an F, some give a B,C,D..
some people change their minds day to day...
so the answer to your first question is NO, i don't accept any poll rating because it is not accurate, some may be true, some not, but they are not accurate....none of them are even yours.
so i support the president, in some ways, do i disagree with him, absolutely.........
it doesn't matter what party i am really because there is no one party that encapsulates all of how i think and feel..
i'm more conservative on economic and national security polices, more liberal on social and scientific issues....its hard...
but you did a fabulous job..can i have best answer please?
"The latest New York Times/CBS poll gives Obama a whopping 68 percent approval rating after 100 days compared with only 56 percent for George W. Bush at this time. The latest CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll gave Obama a 63 percent approval rating including, significantly, 61 percent of independents."
"His 69 percent job approval rating in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll is almost exactly the average for an elected president at 100 days in polls back to Dwight Eisenhower."
"Obama's job approval rating comes in at 62 percent, down just three points from the 65 percent approval he received after his first week in office. Twenty-nine percent of Americans disapprove."
"61% of people approve of the job Obama is doing as president–better ratings than either George W. Bush or Bill Clinton had at their respective 100-day marks."
"an Associated Press-GfK poll shows that 48 percent of Americans believe the United States is headed in the right direction _ compared with 44 percent who disagree."
washington post, abc
wall street journal
· 1 decade ago