Today, Reuters/Ipsos released a new poll that had more bad news for President Obama. Apparently, Americans aren’t too pleased with the President’s trillions of dollars in new debt or his proposals for tax hikes that will drive up gas prices even more. According to the poll, only 34 percent of respondents approve of President Obama’s handling of the economy, which represents the “lowest approval for Obama on the economy” during his time in office.
According To A New Reuters/Ipsos Poll, Only 34 Percent Of Americans Approve Of President Obama’s Handling Of The Economy. “Obama got no lift on the economic front, with only 34 percent of respondents saying they approve his handling of the economy, a finding linked directly to a surge in gasoline prices.” (Steve Holland and Alistair Bell, “Obama Has Big Lead Over Republicans For 2012 Vote,” Reuters, 5/11/11)
- “It Was The Lowest Approval For Obama On The Economy In An Ipsos Poll Since He Took Office In January 2009.” (Steve Holland and Alistair Bell, “Obama Has Big Lead Over Republicans For 2012 Vote,” Reuters, 5/11/11)