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Latest Approval Polls – 10 October 2013 Edition

10 Oct

Latest polling numbers on the Government Shutdown indicate the American people still are not buying what the Republican Tea Party (GOTP) is trying to sell…

Government Shutdown 2013

Congressional Job Approval:

The Economist/YouGov Poll       (10/5 – 10/7) Approve 10; Disapprove 76; Spread -66

Associated Press/GfK Poll         (10/3 – 10/7) Approve 5; Disapprove 83;  Spread -78

Gallup Poll                                (10/3 – 10/6) Approve 11; Disapprove 85; Spread -74

President Obama’s Job Approval:

The Economist/YouGov Poll       (10/5 – 10/7) Approve 48; Disapprove 48; Spread 0

Associated Press/GfK Poll         (10/3 – 10/7) Approve 37; Disapprove 53; Spread -16

Gallup Poll                                (10/6 – 10/8) Approve 44; Disapprove 51; Spread -7

Rasmussen Poll                        (10/6 – 10/8) Approve 50; Disapprove 49; Spread +1

Interestingly enough Rasmussen (a decidedly right leaning poll) appears to have never polled on Congressional Job Approval numbers, at least not anytime in recent polling memory; funny how the “go to” poll for right-wing pundits has the President in positive numbers.

Please, keep the government shut down for as long as like Senator Cruz, and by all means continue to be obstinate Speaker Boehner; the latest polling numbers in individual Congressional Districts shows the GOTP losing at least 17 seats in 2014, and the control of the House. By all means continue…

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