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Poll: Just 43% of NJ Voters Want Obama Re-election

Thursday, 25 Aug 2011 05:24 PM

By Newsmax Wires

One poll after another lately has been showing the public’s dissatisfaction with President Barack Obama. New Jersey voters registered their complaints in a new Rutgers University survey, which shows that that only 43 percent of them want Obama to be re-elected, down from 48 percent in February 2011.

And 47 percent of voters say Obama shouldn’t be re-elected, up from 39 percent in February, according to the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.

“The continuing economic climate, coupled with voter frustration at Washington, has created feelings of discontent that are clearly hurting the president’s chances for re-election,” said David Redlawsk, director of the poll “The dramatic decline in support for Obama comes mostly from independents.”

Indeed only 33 percent of independents think Obama deserves a second term, while 47 percent say he doesn’t.

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