Another Poll Spells Trouble for Obama, Democrats

Democracy Corps survey finds 55% think president is socialist
President Obama speaks at a campaign rally for Missouri Senate hopeful Robin Carnahan, Thursday, July 8, 2010, in Kansas City, Mo.   (AP)
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(User Submitted) – Writing in the New Republic, William Galston unveils the results of a most recent Democracy Corps poll taken on the public's perception of President Obama. The left-leaning polling firm, headed by James Carville and Stan Greenberg, found that 55% of those questioned agreed that "Obama is a socialist," versus 39% who do not. By a similar margin, those polled don't believe he has realistic solutions to the country's problems.

Further bad news for the president include a 51% disapproval rate and majority perception that he's disconnected from the responders' "values." This spells bad news for Democrats in the November elections, from which, Galston believes, they "can't recover" before the midterms. Read the full article.

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