Obama vs. Carter: Carter Wins Again

A new Gallup poll shows that only 39% of Americans have a positive view of the country, the lowest it’s been since Carter’s presidency.

The biggest difference between now & then? Hostages don’t survive 444 days anymore.

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  1. And, by the way, can anyone reconcile these two headlines?

    President Obama’s popularity surges to three-year high
    [Washington Post ^ | 01/30/2013 | Scott Clement and Aaron Blake]


    Obama Job Approval Rating Lower than Nixon´s
    [Breitbart´s Big Government ^ | 1/29/13 | AWR Hawkins]

    “According to Gallup, President Obama is tied with George W. Bush for most unpopular re-elected president since Gallup began measuring presidential job-approval in 1945. In fact, Gallup found that apart from Bush, “every president…has had a higher job-approval rating in the January following his reelection than Obama has.” “


  2. …second biggest difference? The president used to have more in common with the hostages than the terrorists.



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