Registered voters by an 8-point margin say they’d prefer to see the Republicans take control of Congress the clearest sign yet of GOP opportunities and Democratic risks in the 2010 midterm elections.
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About 60 percent of American voters say they are losing both faith and confidence in President Obama, according to a public opinion poll published Tuesday.
The results of the Washington Post/ABC News poll are a 180-degree turn from the start of Obama’s presidency 18 months ago, with nearly 60 percent of those polled saying they lack faith in the commander-in-chief. In January of 2009, 60 percent said they were confident in his decision-making. Read more at: FOX NEWS
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Majority of Americans losing faith in Obama: poll, hope GOP takes control of Congress in November
The results are the exact opposite of what voters said in a similar poll at the beginning of Obama’s presidency 18 months ago. Then, approximately 60 percent said they were confident with his decision making.
And voters, by an 8-point margin, said they hope Republicans take control of Congress. Keep reading at: NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Voice of America
The tough assessment of Mr. Obama’s performance comes as he deals with military action abroad, high unemployment at home, weak stock and housing markets and the oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico.
The poll also shows that only 43 percent of voters, including a third of Democrats, approve of Mr. Obama’s handling of the struggling U.S. economy. Keep reading at Voice of America