Obama Approval

Poll: Record Level of Americans Say Terrorists Are Winning

The poll found that 40 percent of Americans say the terrorists are winning the war on terrorism, while just 18 percent said the U.S. and its allies are currently winning. Another 40 percent of Americans said “neither side” is winning and two percent had no opinion.

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Obama Approval Jumps in California

Unlike the rest of the nation, Barack Obama’s approval ratings have risen significantly in the last five months in California.

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Obama Approval Among Union Members Falls to 52%

The latest Gallup poll taken just before the Labor Day weekend reveals that President Barack Obama’s job approval rating among union members has fallen from 69 percent to 52 percent.

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CNN Poll: Majority of Americans Want Congress to Reject Iran Deal

A new CNN/ORC poll released Tuesday suggests that the majority of Americans want Congress to reject the Iran deal negotiated by President Barack Obama. Of the 1,017 adults surveyed by telephone July 22-25, 52% want the Iran deal rejected, and 44% want it approved.

Barack Obama listens during an event with representatives of Civil Society organizations at the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Regional Leadership Center in Nairobi on July 26, 2015. Obama urged Kenya to renounce corruption and tribalism, delivering a rousing speech at the end of a landmark visit to the East …

Salon’s Walsh: Obama Approval Up Because America Loves His Amnesty

Monday on MSNBC’s “Politics Nation with Al Sharpton,” Salon editor Joan Walsh said President Barack Obama’s recent uptick in the polls is because “people really like him being the president and being presidential.” “And they like these moves,” she added.


Obama Hits Road Ahead of State of the Union Address

As President Obama returns briefly to Washington from vacation, he prepares for a campaign-like swing through three states to promote his upcoming State of the Union address. Obama will hit Michigan, Arizona and Tennessee with a focus on economic issues.

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