POLL: MAJORITY OF AMERICANS BELIEVE OBAMA IS INCOMPETENT, DISHONEST AND UNTRUSTWORTHY

 

Katie Pavlich via townhall

According to new polling from Quinnipiac, a majority of Americans view President Obama’s White House as incompetent. In addition, a majority of Americans are still questioning Obama’s character and view him as dishonest and untrustworthy.

“The Obama administration is not competent running the government, voters say 53 – 42 percent. The president is paying attention to what his administration is doing, 45 percent say, while 47 percent say he is not paying attention.”

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The president’s character measures remain low:

46 percent say he is honest and trustworthy and 49 percent say he is not;
49 percent say he is a strong leader and 48 percent say he is not;
51 percent say he cares about their needs and problems and 46 percent say he does not. Olympic Terrorism.In the same poll, Americans still list their top priority as the economy, which explains their response about White House competency. For 77 percent of Americans, the economy is viewed as “not good” with a majority saying the economy is not getting better despite the White House touting economic improvement.

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The economy is perceived as “not so good” or “poor” by 77 percent of voters. A small minority say the economy is getting better and many Americans say it is getting worse.

“Naming “the top priority for President Obama and Congress in 2014,” 15 percent of voters say the economy, while 16 percent list jobs or unemployment, a total of 31 percent, while 18 percent list healthcare, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University poll finds. A total of 10 percent list the budget, the budget deficit, spending or other budget-related items. Another 4 percent list bi-partisanship or cooperation and 2 percent list education.”

“The economy is “not so good” or “poor,” a total of 77 percent of voters say. Only 28 percent say the economy is getting better, while 26 percent say it is getting worse and 44 percent say it’s the same.”

“‘It’s the economy, Mr. President,’ say dissatisfied American voters who are not yet willing to give President Barack Obama a thumbs up on his presidency,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.

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Over the past few weeks, President Obama has been focused on income inequality and is expected to highlight the issue in his State of the Union Address next week.

CLARK KENT @ AMERICAS FREEDOM FIGHTERS 
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