Jan 302014
 

Quinnipiac University Poll: “American Voters List The Economy/Jobs And Healthcare As Their Top Priorities, Two Issues For Which President Barack Obama Gets Low Job Approval Ratings.” “In an open-ended question, allowing for any answer, American voters list the economy/jobs and healthcare as their top priorities, two issues for which President Barack Obama gets low job approval ratings, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released today.” (Quinnipiac University Poll, 1933 RV, 2.2 MoE%, 1/15/19/14)

  • 31 Percent List The Economy/Jobs As Their Top Priorities, While 18 Percent List Healthcare. “Naming ‘the top priority for President Obama and Congress in 2014,’ 15 percent of voters say the economy, while 16 percent list jobs or unemployment, a total of 31 percent, while 18 percent list healthcare, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University poll finds.”(Quinnipiac University Poll, 1933 RV, 2.2 MoE%, 1/15/19/14)

Quinnipiac University Poll: 56 Percent Of Voters Disapprove Of Obama’s Handling Of The Economy, While 39 Percent Approve. (Quinnipiac University Poll, 1933 RV, 2.2 MoE%, 1/15/19/14)

  • “The Economy Is ‘Not So Good’ Or ‘Poor,’ A Total Of 77 Percent Of Voters Say. Only 28 Percent Say The Economy Is Getting Better, While 26 Percent Say It Is Getting Worse And 44 Percent Say It’s The Same.” (Quinnipiac University Poll, 1933 RV, 2.2 MoE%, 1/15/19/14)

Quinnipiac University Poll: 59 Percent Of Voters Disapprove Of Obama’s Handling Of Healthcare, While 36 Percent Approve.(Quinnipiac University Poll, 1933 RV, 2.2 MoE%, 1/15/19/14)

The Washington Post/ABC News Poll: 54 Percent Of Americans Say They Do Not Support ObamaCare, Compared To 46 Percent Who Support It. (The Washington Post/ABC News Poll,1003 A, 3.5% MoE, 1/20-23/14)

  • 60 Percent Of Americans Say The ObamaCare Website Still Isn’t Working As It Should, While Just 27 Percent Say It Is Working As It Should. (The Washington Post/ABC News Poll, 1003 A, 3.5% MoE, 1/20-23/14)
  • 54 Percent Of Americans Think The Problems With The ObamaCare Website Is A “Sign Of Broader Problems” While 38 Percent Of Say They Are Part Of An “Isolated Incident.” (The Washington Post/ABC News Poll, 1003 A, 3.5% MoE, 1/20-23/14)

Americans Give Obama Low Marks On His Personal Characteristics

The Washington Post/ABC News Poll: A Record High Of 63 Percent Of Americans Have “Just Some” Or No Confidence “At All” In Obama’s Ability To Make The Right Decisions For The Country’s Future, While Just 37 Percent Have A “Great Deal” Or “Good Amount” Of Confidence. (The Washington Post/ABC News Poll, 1003 A, 3.5% MoE, 1/20-23/14)

The Washington Post/ABC News Poll: A Record High Of 52 Percent Of Americans Say Obama Does Not “Understand The Problems Of People Like You,” While 47 Percent Say He Does. (The Washington Post/ABC News Poll, 1003 A, 3.5% MoE, 1/20-23/14)

Tarrance Group/Lake Research Partners Poll: 57 Percent Of Likely Voters Disapprove Of Obama’s Progress On Working With Congress, While Just 40 Percent Approve. (The Tarrance Group And Lake Research Partners Poll, 1000 LV, 3.1% MoE, 1/12-16/14)

Tarrance Group/Lake Research Partners Poll: 55 Percent Of Likely Voters Disapprove Of Obama’s Progress On Solving Problems, While Just 43 Percent Approve. (The Tarrance Group And Lake Research Partners Poll, 1000 LV, 3.1% MoE, 1/12-16/14)

Quinnipiac University Poll: “The Obama Administration Is Not Competent Running The Government, Voters Say 53 – 42 Percent.” (Quinnipiac University Poll, 1933 RV, 2.2 MoE%, 1/15/19/14)

Quinnipiac University Poll: 49 Percent Say Obama Is Not “Honest And Trustworthy,” While 46 Percent Say He Is.(Quinnipiac University Poll, 1933 RV, 2.2 MoE%, 1/15/19/14)

While Obama Will Most Assuredly Say The Nation Is Stronger, Most Americans Aren’t Satisfied With The Direction Its Headed

NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll: “Only 28 Percent Believe The Country Is Headed In The Right Direction, While 63 Percent Say It’s On The Wrong Track.” (Mark Murray, “NBC News Poll: Pessimism Defines State Of The Union,” NBC News,1/28/13)

NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll 68 Percent Of Americans Say The Country Is Either “Stagnant” Or “Worse Off” Since Obama Took Office. “As President Barack Obama enters his sixth year in the White House, 68 percent of Americans say the country is either stagnant or worse off since he took office, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.” (Mark Murray, “NBC News Poll: Pessimism Defines State Of The Union,” NBC News,1/28/13)

  • Just 31 Percent Of Americans Say The Country Is Better Off. “Just 31 percent say the country is better off, and a deep pessimism continues to fuel the public’s mood. Most respondents used words like ‘divided,’ ‘troubled,’ and ‘deteriorating’ to describe the current state of the nation.” (Mark Murray, “NBC News Poll: Pessimism Defines State Of The Union,” NBC News, 1/28/13)

“And When Respondents Were Asked Which One Or Two Words Best Describe The Current State Of The Nation, The Top Answers Were All Negative: ‘Divided’ (37 Percent), ‘Troubled’(23 Percent), And ‘Deteriorating’ (21 Percent).” (Mark Murray, “NBC News Poll: Pessimism Defines State Of The Union,”NBC News, 1/28/13)

  • “And Just 3 Percent Of All Respondents Picked ‘Strong.’”(Mark Murray, “NBC News Poll: Pessimism Defines State Of The Union,” NBC News, 1/28/13)

Tarrance Group/Lake Research Partners Poll: 67 Percent Of Likely Voters Say The Country Is Headed Off On The Wrong Track, While Just 24 Percent Say It Is Going In The Right Direction. (The Tarrance Group And Lake Research Partners Poll,1000 LV, 3.1% MoE, 1/12-16/14)

Quinnipiac University Poll: 75 Percent Of Voters Are Dissatisfied With The “Way Things Are Going In The Nation Today,” While Just 24 Percent Say They Are Satisfied.(Quinnipiac University Poll, 1933 RV, 2.2 MoE%, 1/15/19/14)

  • Just 2 Percent Of Voters Say They Are “Very” Satisfied – The Lowest Percentage Since November 2008 – Compared To 43 Percent Who Say They Are “Very” Dissatisfied. (Quinnipiac University Poll, 1933 RV, 2.2 MoE%, 1/15/19/14)

 

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