Obama’s Approval Numbers

Mike McCarville goes over the numbers:

Currently, 42% of voters nationwide Strongly Approve of the way that Obama is handling his new role as President-elect while 26% Strongly Disapprove. The number who Strongly Disapprove is down six percentage points since the night after the election (see trends). Overall, 56% of voters somewhat or strongly approve of Obama’s performance so far while 39% disapprove.

24% of voters think the nation is headed in the right direction.  That’s up from 14% before the election.  Apparently it’s change that only 10% of us believe in.

UPDATE: Apparently that’s up from 41% approval yesterday.  I guess change.gov getting flushed down the crapper went over well.

2 thoughts on “Obama’s Approval Numbers”

  1. Yeah, I agree. It’s pretty low for a time when everyone should be wanting to give the guy a chance. Pretty clearly he has some hearts to win over. At least he didn’t run on being a uniter and not a divider.

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