Polls: People still like Obama, they just don’t believe him | San Francisco Examiner

February 7, 2010 No Comments

By David Freddoso

Americans still like Barack Obama. They are closely divided on his performance as president, but last weekend’s NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows that 52 percent still have a positive impression of him. Only 34 percent have a negative impression.

But then there’s this, from Rasmussen’s Saturday poll, on three statements Obama made during his State of the Union Address:

The president in the speech declared that his administration has cut taxes for 95% of Americans…Most (53%) say it has not happened, and 26% are not sure.

The president also asserted that “after two years of recession, the economy is growing again.” Just 35% of voters believe that statement is true…

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