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Looks like Statism Doesn’t Sell After All
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The president’s poll ratings just keep sliding.  Reports Zogby International:

A new Zogby Interactive survey shows a slight decline in President Barack Obama’s job approval, with 48% of likely voters now approving of the job he is doing as president, down from 51% who said the same in an interactive/telephone hybrid poll conducted in mid-June. Forty-nine percent now say they disapprove of the job the president has done so far in office and 4% are not sure.

The survey found similar results when likely voters were asked specifically to rate President Obama’s performance-47% give him a positive rating, with 22% rating his job performance as “excellent” and 25% rating it as “good.” But slightly more than half (53%) give the president a negative job performance rating, with 10% who say he is doing a “fair” job as president and 43% who say he is doing a “poor” job-up from 36% who said he was doing a poor job in mid-June.

Enthusiasm for President Obama’s “subsidize everything, regulate everything” agenda is falling.  Now is the time to pile on.  The American people deserve real change, not the retreat to the collectivist past being sold by the administration.

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