Tag: Approval

Another day, another round of all good martinis.  After a brief analysis of the Washington Nationals winning the World Series, Jim and Greg enjoy watching the Kamala Harris presidential campaign suffer its worst poll numbers yet and shrink the campaign staff to save its dwindling resources.  They also marvel at the stratospheric approval numbers of Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis, who enjoys a 72 percent approval rating and gets thumbs up from a majority of every major demographic, including Democrats.  And they’re fascinated by poll numbers showing the possibility of impeaching President Trump is far less popular in the swing states than it is in national polls.

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Just saw this and thought it was interesting how close some of the approval numbers are between Obama and Trump. I must note, however, that Obama was much more popular in the beginning of his first term though not at the start of his second. You can see the number here for Trump. And here […]

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America point out Republicans should be making the Obamacare disaster into a huge political issue but so far they aren’t.  They also discuss President Obama’s lofty approval numbers and note how they started to go up as Americans realized who the 2016 nominees were likely to be.  And they slam Shep Smith of Fox News for telling Floridians to get away from Hurricane Matthew or they would all die, along with their children and everyone they know.

Military Gives Obama a 15% Approval Rating


The Military Times released a poll today showing that President Obama’s standing has crumbled among active-duty service members. Just 15% of respondents approve of the Commander in Chief’s job performance, down from an already low 35% five years ago.

Owned by Gannett Co., Inc., the Military Times tries to soften the blow by blaming the horrendous numbers on Obama’s social engineering, despite no poll data leading to that conclusion: