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December 10, 2013


Obama Approval Plunges to New Low

A new Quinnipiac poll finds President Obama's job approval among American voters has dropped to a new low, a negative 38% to 57%.

Republicans lead by 41% to 38% in the generic congressional ballot, the first time they've led all year.

Said pollster Tim Malloy: "A rousing chorus of Bah! Humbug! for President Barack Obama as American voters head into the holidays with little charitable to say about the president. President Obama could be pretty lonely during his last two years in office if voters decide they want Republican majorities in the House and Senate."

However, a new Pew Research survey finds Obama's approval rising slightly to 45% to 49%, reversing a six-month slide.












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