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The sudden spike President Obama saw on the heels of his ordered killing of Osama Bin Laden has quickly faded away.

Seven national polls in the last week show a 4-7 percent drop in the president’s approval rating from 55 to 48 percent in most polls.

The polls, which were conducted by news organizations such as Fox News, CNN, and a host of others failed to look at the Black community’s opinion of the president.

The Huffington Post found that Black voter opinion of President Obama continued to trend upward.

Read more at Huffington Post

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