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Rasmussen Poll: 64% of Undecided Reject Obama

Monday, 19 Sep 2011 12:53 PM

President Barack Obama’s disapproval rating among undecided voters has reached 64 percent. Among those who would prefer a third party candidate, Obama has an approval rating of 13 percent and disapproval rating of 87 percent, a new Rasmussen Reports poll shows.

“Put it all together, and the president earns approval from just 22 percent of those who currently are uncommitted to either a Republican candidate or Obama,” the Rasmussen poll analysis says. “Seventy-eight percent of this group disapprove. These figures include 3 percent who strongly approve of the president’s performance and 49 percent who strongly disapprove.”

Regardless, the survey of 3,000 likely voters between Sept. 10 and 15 found that 44 percent preferred Obama and 38 percent the Republican candidate. Ten percent wanted somebody else, and 8 percent are undecided.

When matched up against individual candidates, Mitt Romney polled slightly ahead of Obama, Texas Gov. Rick Perry trailed the president by seven points, and Rep. Michele Bachman trailed by double digits.

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President Barack Obama s disapproval rating among undecided voters has reached 64 percent. Among those who would prefer a third party candidate, Obama has an approval rating of 13 percent and disapproval rating of 87 percent, a new Rasmussen Reports poll shows. Put it...
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