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Obama’s Rating Among Hispanics Down Most

From Gallup:

Obama Approval Down Most Among Hispanics in Past Year

Hispanics’ approval has fallen from 75% in December 2012 to 52% in November

By Jeffrey M. Jones | December 5, 2013

PRINCETON, NJ — President Barack Obama’s job approval rating averaged 41% in November, down 12 percentage points from 53% last December, his high-water mark since his first year in office. Hispanics’ approval has dropped 23 points over the last 12 months, the most among major subgroups, and nearly twice the national average.

How is this possible? It’s almost as if Hispanics live in the same country as the rest of us.

Still, where are the party strategists and the media pundits, demanding that Obama ‘reach out’ to Hispanics? Where are the calls for Obama to re-brand himself?

His approval rating also showed above-average declines among low-income Americans, nonwhites, moderates, and moderates who identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party.

What’s this? Obama’s approval rating is even declining with the poor, to whom he has given everything? And with the ‘moderates’ who are the new ‘independents’?

All major subgroups showed at least some decline over the past year in their views of the way Obama is handling his job as president…

If only this had happened a year ago. This is the mother of all buyer’s remorse.

Obama’s approval rating among his core political supporters — who started at higher levels of approval last December — show declines that match or exceed the national average. This includes a 13-point drop among self-identified Democrats, 14 points among self-identified liberals, and 11 points among liberals who identify as Democrats or lean toward the Democratic Party…

No wonder his handlers have told him to go back to his class warfare playbook.

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, December 6th, 2013. Comments are currently closed.

7 Responses to “Obama’s Rating Among Hispanics Down Most”

  1. GetBackJack says:

    I thought Obama as half Negro, half White, half Mexican and half Asian …

  2. Astravogel says:

    If TCP wants to “re-brand” himself, I’ll help heat the iron. I
    have one with the letters D S on it. the D could stand for Dip…

  3. canary says:

    What tools did Gallup use in interviewing Hispanics. Did they go by Spanish and Latino names from voting records? How were they sure they got Spanish and not Latino interviewees.

    Maybe DHS gave Gallop a list?

    Speaking DHS, the new DHS is filling permanent jobs of bottom barrel attorneys who will do what ever their superior(s) tell them in following the new progressive agenda.

    With Bill Clinton going on Latino television dissing Obama for preventing he and Hillary from visiting their countries while she was Secretary of State we can only plan on hearing more from
    Clinton who will continue to say how much Hillary ran the oval office.

    Obama also wrote and said Michello was far more competent to be in politics. He told the world, having won re-election he loved his wife now more than ever before. Oh narcissistic love.

  4. mr_bill says:

    Sounds like the democrat party needs to worry about a “bigger tent.”

  5. USSFreedom says:

    Approval rating circling the drain and gaining momentum for the needed big flush as all the lies are being pointed out, even by some of those that covered for him when he was “Fabulous”. Blaming Benghazi on a video, one of the major lies topping a long, long, extremely long list.

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