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US: National Survey (DemCorps 1/7-11)

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Democracy Corps
1/7-11/10; 1,001 2008 voters, 3.1% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(DemCorps release)

National

State of the Country
38% Right Direction, 55% Wrong Track (chart)

Obama Job Approval
50% Approve, 46% Disapprove (chart)

Favorable / Unfavorable
Barack Obama: 50 / 37 (chart)

2010 House: National Ballot
46% Democrat, 44% Republican (chart)

Party ID
38% Democrat, 29% Republican, 29% independent (chart)

 

Comments
Farleftandproud:

If I got a call today if I approved about Obama I would have to say no. I think this battle of health care is Obama's to lose. He has to close the deal. The next week, there has to be a soul search among the 60 democrats left before Mr Brown takes over, and they need to remind the American people what they were fighting for in the first place. Obama has made few public statements since Sept and has confused a lot of people. People have forgotten that 40,000 people die a year from serious deathly illnesses undiagnosed because of no health care coverage. Talk about a moral issue? This is still the forgotten part of the health care debate. I think both sides will be held accountable in the end, and nobody will win. Maybe the GOP will win back the house, but it will be because progressives like myself gave up. The people have been put at risk in this country, and here we are wasting our money in Afghanistan.

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Farleftandproud:

Just a suggestion to both conservatives and liberals and moderates, a lot of people have strong opinions, but it would help to see some statistics to prove our points. Being at a computer you can easily google your source and back up your arguments.

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Field Marshal:

Like your bogus 40,000 a year die without insurance statistic? Obviously you didnt google and read that dumb study.

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