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US: National Survey (Zogby 6/25-28)

Topics: National , poll

Zogby Interactive
6/25-28/10; 2,061 likely voters, 2.2% margin of error
Mode: Internet
(Zogby release)

National

Obama Job Approval
46% Approve, 53% Disapprove (chart)

State of the Country
29% Right Direction, 60% Wrong Track (chart)

2010 Congress
43% Republican, 41% Democrat (chart)

 

Comments
Farleftandproud:

Yes, Zogby once had Obama down by 10 points in NH and 17 in nc a few months before the election and every other poll a few days later had Obama and Mccain within 5 or 6 in each state. If you think Rasmussen's pre-planned methodology of conducting polls is misleading, try a polling firm that has no methodology at all. Zogby was the first polling firm to show Obama in negative territory, even before Rasmussen had him under water.

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melvin:

Sarah Palin is going to be the Republican Nominee in 2012, her numbers are rising along with Newt Gingrich,the Democrats are jumping up for joy.If you are a Moderate Republican like Romney in Huckabee in Daniels are, you are not going to win the Republican Nomination in 2012,so look for a character assaination on Palin from the Republican party right after the Midterms.

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melvin:

Why is the Gop scared to death about Obama giving a Immigration speech on thursday? Ill tell you why they dont want Obama motivating the Hispanic community.Newt Gingrich wants Obama to cancel the speech along with some people over at Foxnews,its obvious the Gop wants Minorities to stay at home in November.

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HookedOnPolls:

Ooooooooooooo.

The one billioneth speech by Obama.

Can't wait.

Trembling in fear.

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TeaPartyRules:


@Melvin
"Sarah Palin is going to be the Republican Nominee in 2012, her numbers are rising along with Newt Gingrich"

You are right...I posted the same comment here weeks ago. Palin/Gingrich will be the 2012 ticket, and they will win. Praise the lord.

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@TeatParty:

Palin/Gingrich? Or Gingrich/Palin? You've got to be kidding. The chance of Newt playing second fiddle to anyone or Palin playing second fiddle again is total idiocy. Maybe the GOP would have a death wish and nominate either Palin or Gingrich, but I would guarantee that they would never, ever, ever, be on the same ticket together.

Regardless of their political philosophy, the much greater force driving those two characters is a three letter word -- EGO!

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Aaron_in_TX:

I agree that Palin has a good chance of being the nominee given the current Repub field. I also think it would be LBJ/Goldwater all over again. The bigger question would be whether Palin's campaign would be the seedlings of a future movement like Goldwater's was.

Right now, Romney is the only one on the R side I think could win, and in order to do so, he will have to have a good answer for his flip-flopping.

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Xenobion:

I believe Palin isn't even a viable VP candidate anymore let alone a Presidential candidate. Gingrich is the Republican's best bet IMO. The rest of the Romney, Palin, Pawlenty clown car is stuck at the circus.

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bigfoot9p6:

I don't think 50.1% of the American electorate hate intelligent people, which is Palin's defining characteristic. She cannot win.

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JMSTiger:

I am a libertarian leaning conservative and I believe that if Sarah Palin is the Republican nominee for President in 2012, Obama will be reelected with at least 55% of the popular vote.

If the Republicans are smart, they either go for flip flop Romney or pray like hell that Gen. David Petraeus runs. I personally favor New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, but I am afraid the right wing religious fanatics in the Republican Party would never allow him to get the nomination due to the fact that he doesn't speak in tongues.

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