On Sunday, Gallup's daily approval hit a low of 39 percent
A new CNN poll shows President Obama's approval ratings taking a nose dive in recent weeks, a development that is probably not unrelated to the deluge of second-term scandals that have taken over the media, including the NSA leaks.
A Tea Party backed candidate is overwhelmingly viewed negatively according to Gallup
Rasmussen's latest finds that 54 percent think its "somewhat likely" he'll be reelected
But the only 47 percent disapprove of President Obama
However, Romney still leads among all GOP primary voters according to Rasmussen
Rasmussen reports its highest finding of likely voters who deem legislators "corrupt"
The president's liberal base becomes more jaded about his jobs record
Majority of public considers both Obama and GOP leaders "not willing enough to compromise"
A Gallup poll shows the political vulnerability created by the jobless recovery
At 19 percent in the Rasmussen survey she still trails frontrunner Romney by 14 points
And Sarah Palin does the worst against the president
Networks are more trusted than specific reporters in a Suffolk University poll
Gallup finds a stark name recognition disparity among Republican contender
The economy hits a two-year high in a poll on the nation's biggest problems
The president's approval ratings hit their highest point in two years
The early polls do not, in fact, reveal all
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