President Obama’s jobs approval rating in Pennsylvania is a horrifying 41 percent, seven points below the national average in a state he surely expects to win. From the new Susquehannah Polling and Research survey: President Obama’s job approval rating in Pennsylvania is a negative 48% to 41% (disapprove to approve), which reflects an even further decline in the percentage of those who approve of his
Several polls released this week show President Obama’s approval rating right about back where he was before U.S. forces knocked off Bin Laden, hovering in the mid to upper 40s after breaching the 50 percent level in many polls through the month of May. The recent spate of a bad news about the economy has clearly erased Bin Laden from the minds of voters just
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I just wanted to make sure you saw this op-ed piece by Harvard Professor and Reagan Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Martin Feldstein. It’s the most succinct and powerful indictment of Obamanomics that I’ve seen. Feldstein reveals that the economy is actually floating away down far more dire straits than you realize. The drop in GDP growth to just 1.8% in the first quarter of
Yesterday I asked Jay if he could be specific about why we are not insisting that the bloodthirsty Syrian tyrant Bashir Assad step down, as we did Hosni Mubarak and are now demanding of Muammar Qaddafi. His answer to other reporters on this has been, essentially, “every country is different,” which seems to have been generally accepted in the briefing room as a response that
From the pool report this morning: POTUS and FLOTUS at Sidwell Lower School First couple exited WH at 8:41 am, Michelle Obama wearing multi-colored striped summery dress. Motorcade left WH at 8:42 a.m. Arrived Sidwell Lower School 9:01 for younger daughter Sasha’s lower school event. Per Sidwell calendar, today is lower school and middle school’s last day of school, and there is a 4th grade
Obama will have a narrower path to victory in 2012 than he did in 2008, according to the Washington Post. But the Obama campaign claims to POLITICO it is expanding the map of places it will compete. An appeals court gave Obamacare what appeared to be a chilly reception. The White House is considering replacing Consumer Czar Elizabeth Warren with one of her aides. Texas Gov. Rick Perry