AP Poll: Obama Disapproval Rises to 59 Percent, A New High

Thursday, March 27, 2014
By Paul Martin

Guy Benson
Mar 27, 2014

Nearly six in ten Americans now disapprove of President Obama’s job performance, with just 41 percent giving him a thumbs-up. That’s the top line result of a new Associated Press national poll, representing Obama’s worst performance in the history of the survey. Obama didn’t fare any better on most issues, earning poor marks on his handling of the economy (39/59), the federal budget (36/63), immigration (38/61), and foreign affairs (40/58). The survey reveals a sharp deterioration in the president’s personal favorability, which dropped to (42/51). Bizarrely, the AP appears to not have asked any questions about Obamacare, despite any number of news hooks — including the impending (but extended) enrollment deadline.

CBS News’ latest poll did ask about Obamacare, however. It showed public approval of the health law underwater (41/53), the exact same margin as this week’s brutal Morning Consult poll. That survey noted that undecided likely 2014 voters disapprove of Obamacare by a 40 point margin. Obama is upside-down on healthcare approval (40/56) in the CBS poll, in which respondents said the current healthcare sign-up process is going poorly by nearly a two-to-one margin. A fresh Fox News poll also contains unwelcome news for the White House, with Obama’s overall job approval sucking wind at (40/53). Fox polled two issues related to American prestige — the cancellation of our space shuttle program (the US has struck a deal to pay Russia roughly $71 million per astronaut, per space flight, because we currently lack the capability to launch our own people into space), and the Obama administration’s decision to transfer control of the internet from the United States to an international body. I discussed both issues on FBN last evening:

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