In issue after issue this past year Barack Obama’s positions were unpopular with the American people.
A great majority of Americans opposed Obamacare (61% want it repealed), a victory mosque at ground zero (68% oppose mosque), another failed stimulus (only 31% support the idea), suing Arizona over their immigration law (two-thirds oppose), increasing energy taxes (2 to 1 margin), trying Khalid Sheikh Mohammad in New York City (only 29% agree).
Add this to the list…
Obama announced that the recession was over this week. 74% of Americans disagree.
Economic experts may believe the recession is over, but try telling that to the public.
Seventy-four percent of Americans believe the economy is still in a recession, according to a new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll. Only 25 percent think the downturn is over.
One-third of Americans say the recession is serious, while another 29 percent characterize it as moderate.