December 10, 2013


Obama Still Viewed Poorly on Economy

A new New York Times/CBS News poll finds that last week's "reports of hopeful economic indicators did nothing to improve the American public's negative opinion of President Obama's stewardship of the nation's economy. However, while most Americans describe the economy as in bad condition, there has been a slight uptick in the number who view the nation's fiscal circumstances positively."

Key findings: "37% of those surveyed approve of Obama's handling of the economy; 58% disapprove. These numbers are indistinguishable from the results of a CBS News poll taken last month, although better-than-expected unemployment numbers and other positive economic data were released last week."










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