February 13, 2013


Most Who Watched Liked Obama's Speech

A new CNN/ORC instant poll found that 77% of those watching President Obama's State of the Union had a somewhat or very positive view of the address, while 22% had a negative response.

However, Obama was speaking to a relatively friendly audience. Of those who watched the speech, 44% were Democrats and 17% were Republicans.

Said pollster Keating Holland: "Tuesday night's State of the Union audience is more Democratic than the nation as a whole, which is typical for a President Obama speech and indicates that the speech-watchers were predisposed to like what Obama said. When George W. Bush was president, his audiences were more Republican than the general public at that time, and his speeches were usually well-received for that same reason."










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