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Obama's low poll numbers no cause for celebration amongst detractors
By: Bill O'ReillyApril 7, 2011
STORY EXCERPT
Forbes: In normal times, President Barack Obama's poll numbers would be cause for grave concern. An office holder with a job approval rating consistently in the mid 40% range might be scrambling to present a new face to voters. One who gets less than 40% of voters to say he or she deserves re-election would be quite worried, and might even fear an intra-party primary challenge. But these are not normal times. Voters are unhappy (perhaps an understatement) with all politicians, and often not too keen on the leaders of their own political party. So in that context, Obama's poll ratings are not so bad and he is in good position to be re-elected next year.
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