CNN Poll Says 52% Don’t Want 2nd Obama Term

The Minority Report points to a new CNN poll which indicates that 52% of Americans do not believe that President Obama deserves to be re-elected. The question and answer were buried deep in the report.

While President Barack Obama is not up for re-election this November, he will be in 2012 if he decides to run for a second term. According to the poll, 44 percent of registered voters say Obama deserves re-election, with 52 percent saying the president does not deserve a second term in office. The survey also indicates that 49 percent of Americans approve of the job Obama’s doing as president, with half of the public disapproving of his job in the White House.


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  1. #1 by JeremyWestenn on Wed 17 Feb 2010 - 11:44

    I get so tired of the 24 hour election cycle man. We’ll see what happens when we get there. Right now the Presidents popularity is probably about the same as President Bush’s first term, in terms of election chances, half and half.

    I really just wish we had Presidents who would be elected to one six year term, not be able to run for President again(Or be Vice President), and then they could just concentrate on governing and not campaigning. I tell you we’d have better Presidents.

    • #2 by The Republican Heretic on Wed 17 Feb 2010 - 18:55

      It is rather nauseating to have poll projections for the 2012 election this early. I don’t, however, believe that Bush’s popularity was this low at the same point in his first term, especially given he got a boost after 9/11.

      Care to bet on whether any news agencies try to turn the alleged 2012 End of the World into a campaign issue?

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