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New poll finds country split on Obama
By: Bill O'ReillyJanuary 12, 2010
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CNN: Americans are giving Barack Obama a split decision on his first year in office, according to a national poll released Tuesday.

Forty-eight percent of people questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corp. survey said Obama's presidency has been a failure so far, while 47 percent of respondents said the year has been a success.

The poll's release came just eight days before Obama marks one year in the White House.

The survey indicated that Obama's approval rating as president stands at 51 percent, down 3 points from last month, with 48 percent disapproving, up 4 points from December.
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