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Obama Post

From the Huffington Post:

Do you think Barack Obama deserves to be re-elected, or not?

If you’re like most Americans, your answer is “No,” according to a poll released on Tuesday by CNN. The perception was even worse for members of Congress nationwide — but respondents still indicated they were likely to re-elect their current Representative.

With identical numbers for all Americans as well as for just registered voters, 52 percent said the President does not deserve to be re-elected, while 44 percent said that he does. Four percent had no opinion.

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Respondents indicated the lowest opinions of Congress dating back to the start of the poll in 1991.

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