A Nobel Bounce? - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
A Nobel Bounce?

In the first Gallup daily tracking poll to include three days of interviews following the news that President Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize, his approval rating has shot up to 56 percent, with just 36 percent disapproving. This is the best net approval number for him in the poll since July. Before the Nobel announcement, his ratings stood at 53 percent approving and 40 percent disapproving — meaning there’s been a net swing of 7 points since Friday.

In late September, Obama’s ratings had reached as bad as 50 precent approval and 42 percent disapproval.

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