Why do you think Obamas approval rating has gone down?

I don't want idiot answers from people who automatically hate anyone that is Democrat or Republican without having done any research on the actual politician involved. If you're an idiot who thinks that one side is always good and the other always bad kindly keep your miseducation to yourself. If your opinion is not based on any type of actual logic then kindly keep your thoughts to yourself. I'm interested in opinions from people who aren't blinded by the game-playing, rhetoric of any political party. Thanks.

Asked By: gobbie - 8/4/2010
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I'm probably biased by the sources I read on this subject, which are on the left-liberal side of the spectrum... More
Answered By: Andy F - 8/4/2010
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i farted...jealous?
Answered By: gregster - 8/4/2010
cuz he is a c****e
Answered By: afatalcancer - 8/4/2010
He's doing a lousy job and anyone not on illicit drugs knows it.
Answered By: The Captain - 8/4/2010
After research, I have come up with this: Poor Oil Response Time ObamaCare Amnesty Tax Hikes Not Placing the wreath on Arlington Just to name a few...
Answered By: Hammerspree - 8/4/2010
Because 59% of the country is racist. Thats the only logical reason I can think of. hahahha
Answered By: Meet Reality - 8/4/2010
Its simple He road in on a wave of hate against the previous administration Time mellows hate
Answered By: Bethy - 8/4/2010
Answered By: DONALD T - 8/4/2010
It's always the party that's in power that is hit the most. No matter who is in office their rating always go down.
Answered By: Justin - 8/4/2010
Because he hasn't kept one promise that he made... More
Answered By: Roe - 8/4/2010
Golf games (four, no pun intended), and White House concerts give the impression Obama didn't care about his financial contributors BP's oil leak.
Answered By: Nacho - 8/4/2010
My opinion is that the right is attacking him with everything they have if its a lie or not. The republicans are all out in full force campaigning already . Another reason is Obama and the democrats in the house are out of touch with what the people of this country wants or need which is jobs . Obama was a let down to... More
Answered By: Dads boy - 8/4/2010
With any president, poll numbers usually fall after the "honeymoon" period. Also there were 57 million people who voted for John McCain. A large percentage of those will not support Obama. He has lost much of the support of independents who essentially put him over the top in 2008. He has proposed a lot of legislation... More
Answered By: Rick31 - 8/5/2010
Because the Republicans have run a vigorous campaign to take the blame off where it belongs...them... More
Answered By: Fly in the Ointment - 8/5/2010
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